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Man City attacker De Bruyne admits it’s ‘almost impossible’ to win the quadruple

Kevin De Bruyne has played down Man City’s chances of winning all of the trophies on offer, calling it a near impossibility. 

Man City are still in contention on four fronts, and could win the first trophy of the season this weekend when they face Chelsea in the League Cup final at Wembley.

De Bruyne says the team are not necessarily concerned with winning every single trophy, but are focused on the task at hand, the next one being their Champions League clash with FC Schalke 04 on Wednesday night.

“I think the goal is not to win the four competitions. The goal is to win every game and then the further you progress,’’ De Bruyne told Sky Sports.

“We are happy with where we are but we want to progress in every round we play in. That’s now the Champions League.

“We want to do well and go to the quarter-finals, so we are one step closer to winning it. To set standards to win all four — that’s nearly impossible.”

Man City are also still in the FA Cup after beating Newport County at the weekend, while they share the top spot of the Premier League table with Liverpool, who have played a game less.

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