City buy youngster

Cukaricki’s director of football Nenad Mirosavljević has reveaked that Manchester City have purchased the Slobodan Tedić (19) for €3m. Tedic will stay at his current club before moving to the Etihad in 2020. [@BlicSport via@Sport_Witness] Nenad Mirosavljević: "He’s been on City’s radar for a long time, with scouts often coming to see him. There have been... Continue Reading →

Ederson on taking a penalty

Ederson on taking a penalty vs Swansea in 17/18: "I heard them chanting my name, asking me to take the penalty, but Gabriel went there. Unfortunately he missed it and Bernardo, fortunately, scored, but if the manager had asked me to go there, I would have definitely scored." Ederson: "I'm good at penalties, either using... Continue Reading →

Serie A clubs worried about City

Serie A clubs are worrying about Manchester City coming along to tempt their centre backs away. Both Milan clubs and Napoli will be on red alert as Milan’s Alessio Romagnoli, Inter’s Milan Škriniar and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly are potential options. [via@cmdotcom]

Mick McCarthy on City style

Mick McCarthy: "The most aggressive teams in Premier League are Manchester City and Liverpool in terms of high press. You try and get through that and they’ll take you down. The fact they’ve got £500million worth of full-backs in their teams helps." [via@FourFourTwo]

City interested in new CB

Etihad sources believe it will be 2020 before Aymeric Laporte plays again. [via@SunMartinB] Pep Guardiola will look at signing a new centre-back in the January transfer window after Aymeric Laporte was ruled out for the rest of the year. Guardiola will push the club to buy another defender in January even if Laporte is close to... Continue Reading →

City determined to keep Sane

Bayern Munich are set to renew their interest in Leroy Sane in January. They will hope City drop their £145m price tag in light of his injury – although the feeling at the Etihad is their stance remains unchanged. [via@SunMartinB] More than a year of talks with Sane over a new contract failed to reach... Continue Reading →

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