Social Zone: Kevin De Bruyne last man standing, plus Steven Bergwijn's alleged dig at Tottenham

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The 31-year-old midfielder arrived at the Etihad in 2015 after the Citizens splashed £55million on his signature from Wolfsburg.

De Bruyne has since won four Premier League titles, seven domestic cups and reached one Champions League final. As the years have passed, players have come and gone. This season in particular, a number of familiar faces have departed as Pep Guardiola continues to mould his side into a title hunting machine. However, following all the departures over recent years, it has left KDB as the last man standing in this old picture from 2015.

Did Steven Bergwijn have a pop at Tottenham? Okay, he didn't directly name them, but let's face it, even the mention of trophies from any former Spurs player is always interpreted as a dig by fans.

On the other hand, Tottenham supporters are unfazed by Christian Eriksen's Manchester United move…

Burnley's unorthodox signing announcement for Ian Maatsen certainly got them a lot of attention.

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