City deny interest in De Ligt

Manchester City do not want Matthijs De Ligt. City believe that Barcelona are at the forefront of the situation and are willing to pay the £60 million that Ajax want for him. [@GuillemBalague]

Mendy on his return

@benmendy23: "I feel so good, I am very happy. The team-mates and the staff have been really good. I am not a doctor. I follow the rules. The excuse is not one. This injury (following an attempted comeback in January), when I came back the swelling stayed." Benjamin Mendy: "But now it's good, we can... Continue Reading →

De Bruyne on chasing trophies

@DeBruyneKev on the Quadruple: “Nearly impossible - not impossible, but if you see the fixtures coming up. Every game now we are going to be at a disadvantage physically and mentally because we have a game before the other teams, the others will have a rest." Kevin De Bruyne: “The Champions League is the same.... Continue Reading →

Laporte on his motivation

Aymeric Laporte: "I am here to win all the possible titles, the CL included. The aim, is to go all the way. When you win nearly all your matches, you think that you are in truly great team. It has to continue, we must try to win everything. That is what we want here..." Aymeric... Continue Reading →

Yaya Toure praises Pep leadership

Yaya Toure on Pep Guardiola: "He always creates an atmosphere where the players believe in themselves. He shows great leadership. For me, he always trusts the players know how to do their job. He prepares them mentally to get ready for the job they have to do."

PL clubs reject CL changes

All 20 Premier League clubs have agreed to reject radical changes to the Champions League. The chairmen of each club met in London to discuss how UEFA and the European Club Association are considering making major alterations which could derail domestic football. [@MailSport]

Former PL referee on the Kyle Walker incident

Former PL referee Chris Foy on the Kyle Walker incident today: "Anthony Taylor was right and VAR was correct not to overturn that. It was not a clear act of violent conduct by Walker. The law refers to use of excessive force or brutality. There was neither." [@MailSport]

Pep on Liverpool impact

Pep Guardiola on the impact of @LFC form on City: “Zero. I think maybe for them it is better, but for us it is zero. I know Liverpool are going to win all the games. What happened is what happened. So to be champions we have to win all the games.”

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