Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has finally admitted that he's struggling to adjust with the pace of English football, with games coming thick and fast for the Premier League leaders
The Belgian shot-stopper doesn't seem settled at Stamford Bridge, and Chelsea are now looking to bring in another top Premier League keeper to replace him
Manchester United will be missing two key first-team players for the highly-anticipated Manchester derby on Wednesday.
Bragging rights will be at stake when two cross-town rivals Manchester United and Manchester City go head-to-head in a grueling EFL Cup tie.
There was a big difference in opinion between the Portuguese manager and the Belgian playmaker, which led to his departure from Chelsea.
The Manchester City star has played only 90 mins this season, in the second leg agaisnt Steaua Bucharest, while failing to make it to the 18 member match-day squad even once in the Premier League since Pep Guardiola took-over as the head-coach of the club.
Inter Milan are considering a swoop for Manchester City Captain Vincent Kompany and Bayern Munich have ruled out a possible move for David Alaba.
The Chelsea manager is widely recognized as a master tactician, and now Pep supports the claim by stating to be a fan of former Juventus coach.
Manchester City are reportedly preparing a £20m bid come January to bring seemingly out-of-favour Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas to Etihad.
The Arsenal right-back is being courted extensively by Barcelona and Manchester City