Leroy Sane’s agent updates on attacker’s Manchester City future

The agent of Leroy Sane has said that the German attacker is attracting plenty of transfer interest from clubs outside of the Premier League. The 24-year-old has taken no part in the league campaign after the serious knee injury in the Community Shield in August 2019 but he is likely to feature for the Citizens when the season resumes after the coronavirus shutdown.

Pat Nevin unsurprised by the early success of Billy Gilmour

Former Chelsea ace Pat Nevin is unsurprised with the early impression made by midfielder Billy Gilmour. The 18-year-old was recently handed his maiden Blues start in the FA Cup fifth round against Liverpool and he managed to dominate the proceedings in the midfield with his impressing positioning.

Mikel Arteta sympathises with Manchester City after European competition ban

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has acknowledged that Manchester City find themselves in a very difficult situation after being banned from European competitions for the next two years. The Spaniard left the assistant role with the Citizens to become the Gunners boss in December but he still wishes the best for his former club.

Guardiola fancies Phil Foden to step into the shoes of David Silva next term

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has backed Phil Foden to step into the shoes of David Silva, once the Spaniard leaves the club next summer. The 33-year-old has already confirmed that he would be leaving the Citizens at the expiry of his contract and Guardiola has hinted that he may have the successor within the current squad.

David Silva in Talks withJapanese Outfit Vissel Kobe

David Silva has started making plans for life after Manchester City, as he has begun talks with Japanese outfitVissel Kobe, according to new reports. The 33-year-old will leave Manchester City at the end of the season. He has been at the Etihad Stadium since 2010, and his presence has been vital in City lifting four Premier League titles. Even at this age, Silva has been starved of offers since several clubs have shown an interest to sign him. Even though his rate of injuries have increased over the last few years, Silva remains a very capable player whenever he is fit.

Guardiola Demands More from David Silva after Wolves Defeat

Pep Guardiola may have come out with a glowing praises of David Silva throughout his tenure at Manchester City, but the manager was incredibly unhappy with the Spaniard in the recent defeat against Wolves. City ended up falling 2-0 to Wolves at the Etihad Stadium and the team are now an incredible eight points behind Liverpool even in this early stage of the campaign. It has not been a positive start by City, who have been criticised for being too unbalanced. There have been a lot of critics for City’s summer acquisition, as the club did not address an ageing squad.

Souness says Manchester City could pay the price for summer transfer mistake

Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness has said that Manchester City made a mistake after failing to pursue an experienced centre-back during the summer. The Citizens parted ways with long-serving captain Vincent Kompany at the end of the previous season but manager Pep Guardiola decided against pursuing a replacement from the transfer market.

Pep Guardiola confirms David Silva as the new Manchester City captain

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that David Silva has been voted as the new club captain by the first-team squad. The Spanish midfielder has already confirmed that he would be leaving the Citizens at the end of the ongoing campaign but he has still been handed with the captain’s armband, given he is the most experienced player within the club’s ranks following the departure of Vincent Kompany.

Alcantara says Manchester City boss has become more magical with time

Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara has said that Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has got better as he has progressed into his managerial career. The Catalan tactician recently guided the Citizens to an unprecedented domestic treble in England and Thiago has praised the efforts put in by the former Barcelona and Bayern head coach.

Speaking to Goal.com, he said: “I always make the comparison that the coach works like the players. When you put a player in a great team, he gets better and he makes all team-mates better as well. With the years, he got better as a coach, not just because of experience but he also got better players and he could do better things with them on the pitch. He got more magical, more experienced, more tactical, more everything.”

Pep Guardiola confirms David Silva as the new Manchester City captain

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that David Silva has been voted as the new club captain by the first-team squad. The Spanish midfielder has already confirmed that he would be leaving the Citizens at the end of the ongoing campaign but he has still been handed with the captain’s armband, given he is the most experienced player within the club’s ranks following the departure of Vincent Kompany.

Speaking to reporters, Guardiola acknowledged that Silva has been chosen as the new skipper of the team following a meeting with the first-team squad. He added that the 33-year-old perfectly fits the bill, given he has the experience of the Premier League after serving more than a decade for the club, he said: “David Silva will be our captain. The captain has to be what he is. David has been here a decade, he knows the club and the Premier League.”

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