OFFICIAL: Valencia have reached an agreement with Eliaquim Mangala, whereby the Frenchman will join the La Liga side until June 30th 2021. [via @valenciacf] Eliaquim Mangala has arrived in Valencia... [via @Generaldepie_]
Appointments | #MCITOT: Referee: Michael Oliver Assistants: Stuart Burt & Steve Bennett Fourth official: Paul Tierney VAR: Graham Scott Assistant VAR: Andy Halliday.
Pep Guardiola will take charge of the Manchester City Legends, while the Premier League All-Stars will be managed by Roberto Martinez at Vincent Kompany’s testimonial on September 11. [@ManCity]
Raheem Sterling is contemplating an offer to be one of the first footballers to sign a personal endorsement to wear Air Jordan football boots, in what could be one of the most lucrative boot deals in history. [via @SamWallaceTel]
Eliaquim Mangala has already given his agreement to Valencia, so is now waiting for them to sort things out with Manchester City. Quick movement is expected in talks which are currently ongoing. [@marca via @Sport_Witness] Mangala will spend all day taking an extensive medical check-up with Valencia. If he passes the medical, he would move to Valencia... Continue Reading →
Manchester City are battling with Ajax and Anderlecht for Norwegian talent Håkon Evjen (19). Evjen has spoken to Vincent Kompany and Anderlecht are leading the race. [via @HLN_BE]
Jack Wilshere praises Manchester City and opens up on playing against Rodri: "I’ve got a dead leg. He seems to know what the Premier League is about already. I’m fine. That’s part of playing in the Premier League. You get kicks..." [via @spbajko]
Pep Guardiola: "Gabriel came back with incredible speed and energy so Sergio has to know ‘wow, Gabriel is in top form’. It’s the only way to maintain our levels."
Pep on Riyad Mahrez's selection against West Ham: "Riyad called me after they win the Copa Africa. He say ‘I need just 10 days. I wanna come back soon. I wanna play’. I like it. That’s why I decide ‘okay, I want to play him’. Bernardo had done nothing wrong..." Pep Guardiola: "...but there was... Continue Reading →