From selling David Silva to Yaya Toure, Man City have offloaded a number of big names under Guardiola. Pep Guardiola's record in the transfer market since taking over as Manchester City coach is superb. The Spaniard has brought in some excellent acquisitions - with the likes of Ederson and Ruben Dias proving to be huge hits at the Etihad.
- Phil Foden - The player of the tournament when England won the Under-17 World Cup in India in 2017, Foden is now set to be unleashed on a full international competition for the first time at the age of 21. He is coming off a superb season at Manchester City in which he starred in Pep Guardiola's Premier League title-winning side, regularly cutting in from the left flank and contributing 16 goals in all competitions.
Manchester City will honour Sergio Aguero with a statue but plans are being made to honour players of yesteryear. Manchester City are planning on ways to pay tribute to club legends such as Colin Bell, Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee as well as their current generation of stars.
Manchester City head into their first European final as favourites but Pep Guardiola has some key decisions to make ahead of the all-English event in Portugal. Pep Guardiola will take Manchester City into their first Champions League final feeling confident of success in the competition, 10 years on from his last triumph with Barcelona.
Kyle Walker has been a tremendous signing for Manchester City. Man City made Walker one of the most expensive full-backs in history when they paid Tottenham £50 million for his services back in 2017. It was a lot of money to spend but Walker's performances over the past four years have justified that decision.
Fernandinho has captained Man City to the Premier League title this season, but his future is still uncertain. Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Sergio Aguero. Manchester City have created their own good fortune over the last decade by signing their pantheon of greats, and there are statues erected outside of the Etihad to commemorate their outstanding contribution, with Aguero's the latest to be commissioned.
SALEM — Salem State University honored both its classes of 2020 and 2021 on Saturday with a virtual commencement ceremony. More than 1,900 graduate and undergraduate degrees were awarded to the class of 2020 and nearly 1,500 graduate and undergraduate degrees were awarded for the class of 2021. Author, social justice scholar and filmmaker Monique W. Morris served as commencement speaker for all ceremonies and received an honorary degree.
Pep Guardiola broke down in tears when paying tribute to the departing Sergio Agüero after the striker’s 389th and final domestic Manchester City appearance at the Etihad Stadium. Agüero scored twice in a breathtaking substitute appearance in City’s 5-0 win over Everton and an emotional Guardiola was left wiping his eyes during an interview in which he also used the f-word, forcing Sky Sports into an apology.
Sergio Aguero said goodbye to Manchester City with two goals in his final Premier League appearance. Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was in tears as he paid tribute to Sergio Aguero after his final appearance for the Blues in the Premier League. The Argentine forward took his Premier League tally with City to 184 goals after coming off the bench against Everton to net a brace, breaking Wayne Rooney's record for most Premier League goals with a single club in the process.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has posted a farewell message to fans ahead of today's final game against Everton. City have already unveiled a mosaic of Aguero at the training ground, naming a pitch after him as they have with other club legends like Yaya Toure, Joe Hart, David Silva and Vincent Kompany.
Sergio Aguero will bid farewell to Manchester City fans after their Premier League fixture with Everton. Sergio Aguero says the affection from Manchester City fans has made his time at the club so special, as he prepares to bid farewell after the Premier League fixture with Everton. The legendary striker will be given a rousing reception in City's final home game of the season, which will mark Aguero's last outing at the Etihad.
Manchester City have today unveiled further tributes to Sergio Aguero ahead of his final game at the Etihad Stadium. In recognition of a decade of outstanding contribution to the Club, Sergio was presented with a mosaic inspired by his first ever Manchester City goal against Swansea City from 2011.
When Sergio “Kun” Aguero made his Manchester City debut, introduced as a 59th minute substitute against Swansea on 15 August 2011, he did so playing for a club that had won two English top-flight titles in its history, the last of which had come in 1968.
Yaya Toure celebrates his 38th birthday today.Toure is up there with David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany as one of the most influential players in Manchester City's history.The Ivory Coast international was one of the first marquee signings of City's new era under Sheikh Mansour's ownership, arriving from Barcelona in July 2010.
Fernandinho has spoken of his pride at winning his fourth Premier League title.The Brazilian was chosen as Club captain in the summer, replacing the departing David Silva.And he has led the side with distinction, impressing on and off the field throughout a unique campaign.
LAZIO are considering a move for Manchester United star Juan Mata, according to reports.The Spaniard is set to be out of contract this summer, having become a bit-part player at Old Trafford.Having turned 33 last month, the attacking midfielder is seeking his next opportunity - and the security of a multi-year deal.
Oleksandr Zinchenko is a player transformed at Manchester City A stranger wandering into the Etihad Stadium at full time and seeing Aleks Zinchenko slumped on the pitch, in tears, might have thought Manchester City’s Champions League campaign had again ended in heartbreak.They would actually have witnessed a player who has been re-invented and re-born - and who has possibly just nailed down his place in the team for a Champions League final.
Manchester City midfielder's contribution this season has moved him into legend class The list of Manchester City legends deserving statues seems to grow with every year that passes.At this rate, the Etihad Campus will start to look like the Terracotta Army.The late, great Colin Bell already has a stand named after him, and Yaya Toure, Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta all have mosaics at the training ground.
Pep Guardiola hailed his Manchester City side’s “incredible” journey as they broke new ground by reaching the Champions League semi-final for the first time in the club’s history.Guardiola’s side produced a superb performance over two legs in their semi-final clash with PSG, winning 2-1 in Paris before finishing the job with a 2-0 victory at the Etihad last night.
'What these players have done in the toughest year is incredible': Pep Guardiola heaps praise on his stars and dedicates PSG win to former Manchester City legends who helped on long road to Champions League final
Pep Guardiola hailed the collective spirit of his side after Riyad Mahrez scored twice to down Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 on aggregate.'I'm incredibly proud,' the City boss said.'Everyone has made their contribution.There is something in the stars that is involved.'It's a competition that's so difficult.