De Bruyne started his professional career in the Belgian top-flight with Genk in 2008, subsequently moving to Chelsea, Werder Bremen, and then to Wolfsburg where he developed into a top-tier talent
The Belgian was hugely influential in Wolfsburg's double domestic cup triumph while also racking up a bucket-load of assists in the process
His superb form lead to a transfer to Premier League side Manchester City in 2015
At the blue side of Manchester, De Bruyne turned into a force of nature, scoring 57 Premier League goals to go with 86 assists thus becoming one of the finest creative mid-fielders of all time
De Bruyne has won the Premier League title 4 times with City and has twice been crowned as the 'Player of the Year'
On the international stage, De Bruyne made his debut for the Belgium team back in 2010. He has since represented the national team on 91 occasions
De Bruyne is a key part of Belgium's golden generation that finished third in the 2018 FIFA World Cup while also ascending to 1st place in the FIFA rankings