Manchester City midfielder Rodri trained with the rest of the squad on Friday afternoon, ahead of Pep Guardiola's sides trip to Anfield on Sunday afternoon, according to Jack Gaughan of the Daily Mail.
Harry, Adam and Freddie are back to dissect what was, in truth, a really odd week for Manchester City. They talk a last minute winner, City's penalty dilemma and Walkers keeper ventures. And then, of course, we build up to the big one at Anfield at the weekend.
Pep Guardiola faced the media on Friday afternoon ahead of the huge clash against Liverpool on Sunday. The Blues are six points behind the current league leaders and could go within three points with victory at Anfield. Here's the main talking points from the boss...
Pep Guardiola confirmed most Manchester City fans fears that goalkeeper Ederson is out for Sunday with the muscular injury picked up in Italy on Wednesday.
It was a bizarre game of both dominance and disarray, as Manchester City missed their opportunity to qualify from Group C after just four games. The Blues started the match well but allowed Atalanta a route back into the game and never regained control. Much of the match felt like a warm-up for the big showdown at Anfield on Sunday, but the way things ended will leave City hoping it was anything but.
Atalanta fought back to rescue a 1-1 draw against Manchester City at the San Siro, with Mario Pašalić cancelling out a Raheem Sterling opener after Gabriel Jesus missed a penalty. Claudio Bravo was sent off late on having come off the bench, leaving Kyle Walker in goal for ten minutes in comical circumstances.
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson was taken off at half-time in their Champions League clash against Atalanta in Italy.
Once again Raheem Sterling proved to make a huge difference in the game, while Ilkay Gundogan shone in a number six position following the absence of Rodrigo Hernandez. Here's five things we learned from a relatively comfortable afternoon's work in the North-West...
A newly-released book has revealed that Manchester City had a deal in the pipeline for Arsenal's Bernd Leno back in summer 2017. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images) The German goalkeeper, 27, had garnered significant attention over his time at Bayer Leverkusen before joining the Gunners. But Lu Martín and Pol Ballús' new book 'Pep's City:... Continue Reading →