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Man City Injury Update: De Bruyne, Ederson, Ake – Status and Return Timelines Ahead of West Ham Clash

De Bruyne, Ederson, Ake – Man City Injury Update and Return Timelines for West Ham Clash

Latest Manchester City Injury Update and Return Timelines Featuring Ederson, Kevin De Bruyne, Nathan Ake, and Jack Grealish

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Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City

Manchester City is preparing for their last Premier League match of the season this coming weekend.

City will play against West Ham at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, a crucial game that will determine the outcome of the title race. Currently, City leads by two points over second-placed Arsenal, who are set to face Everton in their final match.

Erling Haaland’s two goals on Tuesday night secured a vital win against Tottenham Hotspur, moving Pep Guardiola’s team closer to clinching their fourth consecutive Premier League title.

Despite their progress, Guardiola must navigate the challenge of missing key players due to injuries. Here, MEN Sport provides the latest on City’s injury list and expected return dates as they prepare for their Premier League fixture against West Ham.


Ederson will miss the rest of the season after fracturing his eye socket.

The injury occurred from an accidental collision with Tottenham defender Cristian Romero on Tuesday. Ederson continued playing for a few minutes before being replaced by Stefan Ortega.

Consequently, Ederson will not participate in the Premier League match against West Ham or the FA Cup final against Manchester United.

Expected return date: Next season


Kevin De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne encountered a potential fitness issue after a tackle during the victory over Spurs.

Although De Bruyne continued playing, he seemed to struggle with foot discomfort before being substituted in the second half. There remains hope that the Belgian international will be fit to play against West Ham this weekend.

Expected return date: West Ham (H) – May 19


Nathan Ake

Nathan Ake sustained an injury during the victory over Fulham earlier this month, leading to his first-half substitution.

Ake was included in the squad for the Spurs match days later but did not play. City is optimistic that Ake will be available for the West Ham game on Sunday.

Expected return date: Returned


Jack Grealish

Jack Grealish missed the 4-0 triumph over Fulham earlier this month due to illness.

Grealish was on the bench for the Spurs game but did not play. He is now expected to be ready for selection when City faces West Ham in their final Premier League match.

Expected return date: Returned

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