Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne sends Liverpool warning message as City looks to stop their quadruple dream
Man City and Liverpool face the most tasking month in their respective seasons as Pep Guardiola”s side look to land a treble while Liverpool seeks to land an unprecedented quadruple.
Both sides are set to face off against each other at least twice in Premier League and FA Cup and possibly a third time in the Champions League semi-final first leg before May.
Kevin De Bruyne has revealed that the run of nine games in 28 days should sort out the best in three competitions.
The Belgian international insists that Pep Guardiola’s side believe it is them who will finish tops on every battlefront.
“We want to win every game, that’s our aim at the beginning of every season. We couldn’t make it in the Carabao Cup, but we are alive in the other three competitions,” he said.
“It’s going to be so hard after the international break. Every game will be very special and we are going to try and do it [win the three trophies].
“We always want to win trophies, so we always like to be in these stages of all competitions”.
City will face Burnley on April 2, after which a series of four games in three competitions will make or mar their season.
Atletico Madrid visit the Etihad for their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday, April 6, before Liverpool arrive in Manchester for the Premier League clash on April 10.
Pep Guardiola’s side will travel to Spain for the away game at Atletico on Wednesday followed by Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday, April 16.
City will then face Brighton and Watford, both at home in the league before, assuming they get there, a potential semi-final first leg against Liverpool or Benfica in the UEFA Champions League.