Wednesday, 19 September, 2018

Pep Guardiola Insists Kevin De Bruyne Not For Sale

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Cary Erickson | 15 September, 2018, 22:01

"In England there are no release clauses, you have to negotiate for the club".

During a year ago, in which the club registered a record £500.5m turnover and a profit of £10m as Pep Guardiola's team swept to the Premier League title, Mansour nevertheless invested a further £58m in return for new shares.

"I don't need to explain to my players when they miss passes or if they don't cross well".

"I want to try it".

"It's like, he explains it to you and you grasp it straight away, something that I'd never seen before". I used to move around a lot and wanted to be all over the place.

Guardiola is expecting a hard afternoon as unbeaten City resume their title defence following the global break against the promoted Cottagers, who have collected four points in their last two games. I was really impressed.

"They want to make their own game, and I'm pretty sure Slavisa Jokanovic is going to make a good season".

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"It was frustrating to not put more chances into the ball of the net - we need to be more ruthless".

"Other teams have strengthened", he said. They need to improve these things, but I must give them a clear plan on how to play their football.

Two more seasons at City?

Like De Bruyne, Sterling was a key figure in a record-breaking campaign, but he is into the final two years of his contract at the Etihad Stadium.

"They had called me since December asking me to play for them, I asked myself which team loved me and I came up with the conclusion that Manchester City loved me so I should go there".

After being asked whether he would extend his deal with City beyond 2020, Silva replied: 'For City, two more seasons - what's left on my contract. It depends on how I feel physically and mentally.