Manchester City are one of five major European clubs monitoring 17-year-old Gillingham goalkeeper Joe Walsh, according to Mike Minay of BBC Radio Manchester.
Manchester City will NOT prevent former Gunner Mikel Arteta from joining Arsenal as their new manager, if Unai Emery is sacked according to Daniel Cutts of The Sun.
Harry, Adam and Carl are back for the latest City Xtra podcast. Manchester City picked up a hard-fought three points at Goodison Park and we dissect the performance of a few individuals. We also discuss City's 2-0 win in the Champions League against Dinamo Zagreb before looking ahead to Wolves on the weekend.
It was City who secured the three points with a first half Steph Houghton strike in Southport. But City were made to work by Everton and let's not forget, the weather. On another day it could've been more, but Nick Cushing wont care how it came about, as long as they've got the win.
Manchester City returned to Premier League action for a showdown with under pressure Everton at Goodison Park. Goals from Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez and Raheem Sterling secured all three points in an entertaining clash on Merseyside. Here's how we rated the players tonight...
It was far from plain-sailing for the blues on Merseyside, however the Champions come away with all three points! Here's five things we learned from tonight's performance!
Manchester City return to their usual Premier League duties, with a strangely challenging trip to Goodison Park. It's not been City's best of opponents in recent years, in fact Pep Guardiola's men will be looking to beat Everton in four consecutive league matches for the first time since 1972! Ahead of Saturday afternoon's game, we spoke to Andy Costigan from Everton website 'Grand Old Team' to get his insight on this clash!
After Saturday’s extravaganza against Watford and a classy performance against Preston in the midweek, Manchester City look to make 3 wins in a week as they head to Merseyside to face Everton. Everton could be considered a bit of a bogey side for the Blues especially at Goodison Park.
After two comfortable wins against Watford and Preston, City will be confident in continuing with another good performance this weekend. In their last Premier League away fixture, however, City were defeated by a determined and brave Norwich side. Everton will be hoping to put in a similar performance tomorrow, but it would be fair to say they have had an inconsistent start to the 2019/20 season. Let’s see how the two teams match up, tactically.