Raheem Sterling on Wembley dream

Raheem Sterling: "My first game at Wembley was Man United-Chelsea, FA Cup final, Didier Drogba scores the winner. I was actually one of the boys’ attendants, the ones who wore the old kits for the [previous winning FA Cup] teams." Raheem Sterling: "It was the first final when the new stadium opened. It was amazing... Continue Reading →

City can get youth transfer ban

Manchester City can expect a youth transfer ban imposed by the FA if they are found guilty of handing a scouting contract to Jadon Sancho’s agent, Emeka Obasi, worth £200,000, as part of the deal to take the player from Watford when he was 14 years old. [via @theipaper]

Richard Dunne on Fernandinho replacement

Former City captain Richard Dunne on the right man to fill Fernandinho's boots: “I think Declan Rice has been very good, he’s progressed and has been named in the latest England squad. He’s a player City are keeping their eye on, like other teams will.” [@btsportfootball]

Swansea coach on facing City

Swansea manager Graham Potter on Manchester City ahead of tomorrow afternoon's FA Cup clash. “Clearly they are the best team in the United Kingdom, they are one of the best teams in the world. Essentially, that is what we are facing.” Graham Potter: “We face a challenge, a brilliant challenge for the players - you... Continue Reading →

City interested in Porto player

City scouts were in attendance at FC Porto's UYL game against Spurs on Wednesday to further assess the right-back Tomás Esteves (16). City staff were left suitably impressed by the Porto defender's showing after his side progressed to the quarter-finals. [@ManCityMEN] Manchester City would be able to sign the youngster for a fee in the... Continue Reading →

Pep on UEFA speculations

On the recent UEFA speculations: "I think I have already talked about this in the last five, six, seven press conferences. I'm not even the right guy to talk about this, the club does the process."

Pep on fixtures list

Regarding the fixtures: "We play three games against Spurs in a few days but we just have to take each game separately, it is what it is. We know each other well so we know it will be tough."

Pep on Bernardo extension

On @BernardoCSilva: "I’m grateful & delighted that he has extended his stay. He has been one our most effective players if not the best this season. In training and in games."

Pep on CL draw

On the Champions League Draw: "I know well the quality of Spurs, it’s closer than Spain or other places, that is true, now after Swansea we can work with the players who don’t go on International duty."

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