It has come as no surprise to the City slickers in the Transfer Tavern, who’ve watched their stoic captain blighted by injuries this season.
Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany has revealed he will miss Belgium’s Euro 2016 campaign this summer following the injury he picked up against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final.
Though calf ailments have been the major issue, the 28-year old was forced off in the Bernabeu after just 10 minutes with separate groin and thigh problems.
Doubts have arisen over his future under incoming manager Pep Guardiola, considering the fact he has struggled to string together a substantial run of games.
There has been a school of thought that the Spanish tactician could axe the Etihad talisman as a result.
Now, Kompany has taken to his official Facebook page in order to announce his most recent injury will rule him out his nation’s campaign in France this summer.