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"Joe Hart was left out of Pep Guardiola’s first competitive Manchester City starting line-up for Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Sunderland. The 29-year-old goalkeeper’s starting place had been rumoured to be under threat following the arrival of Guardiola, who is keen for his ‘stopper to distribute the ball with his feet.", www.independent.co.uk
"Pep Guardiola has selected Willy Caballero ahead of Joe Hart for Manchester City's opening Premier League game against Sunderland, plunging the England goalkeeper's future at the Etihad Stadium into further doubt. Hart endured a wretched Euro", www.aol.co.uk
"Pep Guardiola has already spent more than £120million during the summer to transform Manchester City into title contenders but punters seem to have dismissed their chances ahead of the start of the new Premier League season. The City boss bought Ilkay Gundogan for £21m, Nolito for £13.8m, Oleksandr Zinchenko for £1.7m, John Stones for £47.5m and Leroy Sane for a fee that could rise to £41.5m.", www.standard.co.uk
"[...] United hired Jose Mourinho as coach, made a statement signing in Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and has just broken the world-record transfer fee to lure France midfielder Paul Pogba for around 105 million euros ($116 million). For the hotbed not just of English football but the world game, look no further than Manchester. In 2012, City and United were the central figures in the most exciting end ever to a Premier League season, with the blue half winning the title on goal difference. [...] United hasn't finished higher than fourth place in a post-Alex Ferguson era characterized by questionable managerial appointments and haphazard player recruitment. City has won the league once more (in 2014), which is widely considered a poor return given the wealth and players at the disposal of a club owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family. For the moment, there's a truce — at his official presentation at City, Guardiola said Mourinho had helped him 'reach", www.sfchronicle.com
"In just 12 hours, Manchester has reasserted the belief that it is going to be the centre of the Premier League fun house by shelling out a world record fee —still conservatively put at £89 million (S$157 million) — for a player and the second-highest amount paid for a defender at £47.5 million. The deals bring to more than £300 million the transfer fees paid by the city’s two clubs this summer. On top of that, there is the arrival on a ‘‘free’’ of the biggest earner of them all, Zlatan Ibrahimovic. This is, after all, an arms race involving the biggest guns.", www.todayonline.com
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