Pep on his satisfaction

Pep Guardiola: "What I like more is that I have proved that people who said we can't play the same way in Germany or in the Premier League were wrong. With Silva, Bernardo Silva, Sterling or Aguero, all of them less than one metre 20! We have done it..." Pep Guardiola: "We don't concede many goals and we dominate... Continue Reading →

Gabriel Jesus on Brazil vs Argentina

Gabriel Jesus on Brazil vs Argentina: "These are two giant teams, two countries with great history in football. Brazil, since we play at home and are in a better moment, has more pressure to win than Argentina, but it is a classic..." Gabriel Jesus: "I didn't make a bet with [Aguero], he defends his team... Continue Reading →

David Silva will be made captain

David Silva will be made Manchester City’s club captain for his final season at the Etihad. Pep Guardiola is planning to give him the send-off he feels he deserves after a decade of service by handing him the ­skipper’s armband. [via @MullockSMirror]

City profit on player sale

Thierry Ambrose is set to join Metz on a permanent basis after undergoing a medical with the club on Saturday. City are set to bank €2m - €3m from the sale as the Frenchman put pen to paper on a four-year contract with the newly promoted Ligue 1 side. [via @francefootball]

Douglas Luiz hopes for work permit

Man City are hopeful that Douglas Luiz will be handed a work permit this summer. City have fresh hope that their application may swing the authorities because of the Brazilian's exploits at the Toulon Tournament, where he was the player of the tournament. [via @_scottsaunders]

Atletico accepted Rodri loss

Rodri is now considered as the past for Atletico Madrid, despite an official announcement of the deal. In fact, Atletico already count the €70m from Manchester City for the midfielder. Atletico consider the move a done deal. [via @elconfidencial]

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