Manchester City are preparing to allow four senior players to leave as manager Manuel Pellegrini looks to trim to squad by the end of the transfer window, Sky Sports has reported.
Defenders Matija Nastasic and Micah Richards, winger Scott Sinclair and striker John Guidetti all look set to move on, with each of them having fallen out of favour at the Premier League champions.
Nastasic was a regular partner for captain Vincent Kompany...More
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko looks set to sign a new contract with the club that will that will see him extend his three year stay at the Eithad Stadium, Sky Sports is reporting.
The Bosnian international was signed by former boss Roberto Mancini back in 2011 for £27m from German club Wolfsburg and quickly established himself as a man with an eye for goal.
In 109 games the striker has bagged 46 goals for the club despite findi...More
Manchester City begin the defence of their Premier League title with a potentially tricky trip to Newcastle United, who will hope to improve after a poor end to last season.
Magpies manager Alan Pardew came under significant pressure from sections of supporters as their slump in the second half of 2013-14 saw them finish 10th, having threatened to challenge for a European spot earlier in the campaign. They have responded by signing ...More
Manchester City are set to not offer star Yaya Toure a new contract with the club despite handing out several others to the key players of their squad, the Daily Star is reporting.
It has been a turbulent summer for the relationship between Toure and his club – a series of high profile situations led to intense speculation about his future - and City have risked the wrath of the midfielder once again should this latest move upset him.
Argentina international striker has put pen to paper on a lucrative new contract with Manchester City, The Telegraph has confirmed.
Aguero has signed on for another five years at the Etihad Stadium, with his salary a reported £150,000 a week.
The agreement comes at the end of a week in which City have committed a staggering quantity of expenditure on their playing staff, even by their recent high spending standards.
Club captain V...More
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has committed his long-term future to the club by signing a new five-year contract, the Guardian has reported.
The deal will keep Kompany at the Etihad Stadium until 2019, and it worth £120,000 per week, with a number of add-ons. It comes just days after teammate David Silva signed a new contract with the club.
Kompany joined Man City in the summer of 2008 from Anderlecht, and immediately bec...More
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