Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is expecting Gabriel Jesus to make a sooner-than-expected return after the young Brazil striker broke a bone in his foot during the Premier League win over Bournemouth last month. If we tried to buy a player and they did not come, then I will have the answer.
"It's a little bit like Manchester City now. We missed easy balls, and when you do that you can not control the ball".
"I'm not here to judge what they have to do and what is going to happen".
Guardiola was celebrated for helping to bring through an stunning batch of stars when in charge of Barcelona and, having made Sterling and Stones a key part of his plans at City, he is in no doubt over the quality of homegrown talent in the Premier League. "It's about where they want to play". "Everybody knows them. Arsenal is a top team". "In some moments, we didn't do that".
He said that: "We will try to be there but all six teams desire that, so two teams will be out, and even Everton can be involved in that".
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But Guardiola insisted that it was ultimately his failing and that his responsibility was to teach his players to play his way.
Southgate called for English football to ditch its "island mentality" and spoke of the benefits players could garner from playing overseas - an argument Guardiola inadvertently aided by exiling Joe Hart for season on loan at Torino.
Monreal's hand looked to have brushed the ball while he attempted to clear in the 92nd minute at Emirates Stadium, where referee Andre Marriner ignored the penalty appeals of the visiting players.
"But of course if Monreal said it". But he said to me that in England in those kind of situations there's no whistles.
There was an interesting insight into City's mentality from their manager, who said that they were happier when reacting to adversity than when they were on top in the game.