Pep Guardiola Won't Be Drawn On Manchester City Transfer Targets

Pep Guardiola Won't Be Drawn On Manchester City Transfer Targets”

Eddie Howe was left frustrated by Mike Dean after the referee penalised Bournemouth for a "perfectly good tackle" in the build-up to Manchester City's late victor in the 2-1 Premier League defeat.

Sterling's joy was relatively short-lived as referee Mike Dean showed him a second yellow card for celebrating with the jubilant away fans.

In the absence of Kyle Walker through suspension, Pep said he expects Danilo to start in his natural right-back role for the first time at City. They did amazingly well to get back into the game and get a point #MCFC??

Abu Dhabi-owned CFG and the Girona Football Group, headed by agent Pere Guardiola, have each bought 44.3 per cent of the Catalan club, who have just begun their first season in Spain's top division.

"In the last four or five games, including pre-season, he scored almost a goal per game".

Bournemouth are now without a point after three Premier League games this season.

Presumably, this acquisition is a huge, potentially transformative moment for Girona, a club that, despite starting play in 1933, just competed in its first-ever La Liga match and now stands to gain from the seemingly unlimited resources possessed by City's deep-pocketed investors.

This depth is why the Citizens are still the favorites to win the league despite trailing the leaders, Manchester United, by two points and six goals in the differential column.

City already have close links with the Catalan team, having loaned them five players this summer - Pablo Maffeo, Aleix García, Douglas Luiz, Marlos Moreno and Larry Kayode.

Daniels was aggrieved that Sterling's winning goal had arrived in the seventh minute of stoppage time after the fourth official indicated only five minutes of additional time would be played.

Man City can bounce back in style as they continue to build on a good second half performance against Everton.

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has quashed rumours suggesting he will go in for Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.

"I am really pleased with the players - they were dogged and disciplined", he added.

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