Man City: Phil Foden to miss 'around four weeks' through injury

Last update on.From section Man City I know the 'great player' Grealish can bring to Man City – Foden England midfielder Phil Foden will be out of Manchester City's Premier League title defense due to a foot injury that he sustained during Euro 2020. Foden, 21 years old, is likely to miss City’s first three league matches - against Tottenham, Norwich City, and Arsenal. For England's 2022 World Cup qualifier against Hungary, the midfielder will be a question. Foden stated, "It's been very difficult for me personally – I want to get back onto the pitch as soon possible." "It was strange to get a foot injury right before the final. It happened while I was training. It was a simple mistake. It was very unfortunate. Foden anticipates being back in about four weeks, which could mean that his first Premier League match could be Saturday, September 11, against Leicester City. Pep Guardiola confirmed that City will be without Kevin de Bruyne (30), as the Belgian midfielder suffered an ankle injury during Belgium's Euro 2020 quarterfinal loss to Italy. Manchester City's Foden played 28 Premier League games last season. City won the Premier League last season and reached the Champions League final. Foden anticipates that their defense of the title will be difficult. Foden stated, "It is going to be harder this year to be Premier League champions." "Every team will be trying to beat us. We are aware that we must be our best in every game. We set that standard. We are determined to do the same as last year and win the league."

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