Manchester City, without Pep Guardiola on the touchline suffered a defeat at the hands of Lyon in their Champions League opener at the Etihad
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola provided an injury update ahead of the Sky Blues' meeting with 15th-placed Middlesbrough on Saturday at the Etihad.
Manchester City will be taking on Sunderland without midfielder Fabian Delph. However, Alexander Kolarov is back in contention for a place in the staring XI as City look to chase down league leaders Leicester City.
Manchester City continue their pursuit for their first piece of silverware of the 2015-2016 season as they host Championship side Hull City at the Etihad in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday
England boss Roy Hodgson has given the team new ahead of the clash against Switzerland, which Michael Carrick will miss due to a calf injury.
Real Madrid thumped Manchester City 4-1 to win the International Champions Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground courtesy of goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Pepe and Denis Cheryshev, while Yaya Toure scored the consolation goal for the Citizens from the spot.
Manchester City's newest signing midfielder Fabian Delph has been taken off injured only 18 minutes into his debut against Real Madrid after suffering from a reported hamstring injury.
England midfielder Fabian Delph is leaving Aston Villa to join Manchester City, the two Premier League clubs announced on Friday, just days after insisting he would be staying at Villa Park.
English Premier League giants Manchester City are close to signing English international Fabian Delph from Aston Villa, after activating his A?8 million release clause.
Paul Pogba is one name, irrespective of the needs of the team that is on the wish list of every European heavyweight. Manchester City were deemed one of them, but they are now . reported to have given up in their pursuit thanks to strong Real Madrid interests. Juventus have slapped a price-tag of A?60milion on the French international and such a hefty amount does not seem to be fending off interests from Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea. Even though the Citizens are financially strong as the aforementioned clubs, they have solemn squad rebuilding with their A?100million warchest and cannot afford to shell out the most of it on a single player. Besides, they have also lost Scott Sinclair, Frank Lampard and James Milner this summer. In other words, they are now in a need to sign home-grown players. Manuel Pellegrini has already started filling the holes as Patrick Roberts is reported to sign for them shortly and Fabian Delph […]