Kevin De Bruyne is starting to show his magic again in the Premier League after a difficult few months. At the age of 32, the Red Devil still has big ambitions, but he is slowly starting to think about what he will do after his career. “Obviously, you think about the situations, you talk to your wife, your family. But I still have 18 months left on my contract, I'm happy. As long as I feel good and happy, I have nothing to think about, we'll see,” the Belgian told TNT Sports .
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Although he is not sure what he will do, De Bruyne still opened the door to coaching by obtaining a coaching diploma. “I got my coaching degree in Belgium and I have to say I really enjoyed coaching the under-15s at City for 10 sessions. But from that to being a team coach. “Firstly, at a team like City, it's a different perspective. I don't know if it's a good idea for me, we'll see, maybe.”
With a player intelligence far above average, many say the Belgian would make a very good coach, but the boss in question is much less certain, unlike his wife. “I don't know if I'll be a good coach. My wife thinks so, I'm not sure, but I think she might have a better idea of what I'm good at than I do.”
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Finally, whatever happens, De Bruyne's career is not over yet and both Manchester City and the Red Devils still need him.
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