The 29-year-old playmaker had to be replaced by Gabriel Jesus in the 60th minute on Saturday night following a collision with Blues center-back Antonio Rudiger.
De Bruyne left the pitch in tears in Porto and gave an update on his injury after a hospital visit on Sunday morning.
“Hi guys, I just got back from the hospital,” the Belgium international posted on Twitter.
“My diagnosis is Acute Fracture of the Nose Bone and Fracture of the Left Orbit. I feel good now. I’m still disappointed with yesterday, obviously, but we’ll be back. “
Hi guys, i just got home from the hospital. My diagnosis is Acute nasal bone fracture and left orbital fracture. I feel good now. Still disappointed with yesterday obviously but we will be back
– Kevin De Bruyne (@DeBruyneKev) May 30, 2021
De Bruyne hopes to make a full recovery for the Belgian Euro 2020 campaign which begins in less than two weeks.
Roberto Martinez’s side face Russia in their opener on June 12.