- Wed Sep 20 11:26 PM
Pep Guardiola admitted he feared Ilkay Gundogan had suffered another serious injury as the midfielder punched the turf in pain but said initial reports are that the problem is 'not serious'.
- Wed Sep 20 11:07 PM
The Ivorian midfielder will play his first competitive minutes in the League Cup after alleged fitness problems have kept him on the sidelines
- Wed Sep 20 10:17 PM
Ilkay Gundogan could be set for yet another spell on the sidelines after the Manchester City midfielder limped off during the 2-1 Carabao Cup win at West Brom on Wednesday.
- Wed Sep 20 9:23 PM
Gundogan made his first appearance since December last year on Saturday but has suffered another blow
- Wed Sep 20 5:03 PM
Ilkay Gundogan spent a torturous 276 days on the sidelines after suffering a ruptured ACL in December last year against Watford.
- Mon Sep 18 10:35 PM
The guys respond to your tweets on Man City's UCL hopes, David Luiz
's red card and the best players they played with and against.
- Mon Sep 18 10:30 PM
Gundogan came off the bench for City during the rout of Watford on Saturday and is bidding to prove his worth again
- Mon Sep 18 10:30 PM
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan fears he may not return as the same player after a hellish year battling back from a cruciate knee ligament injury.
- Mon Sep 18 4:38 PM
OUSMANE DEMBELE will be operated on by the same surgeon who saved Pep Guardiola’s career.
- Sun Sep 17 6:55 PM
The defender was given a straight red card late in the match between the Blues and Gunners and will likely miss his club's next three matches
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- Sun Sep 17 3:40 PM
was sent off against Arsenal for a crunching tackle on Sead Kolasinac in the dying stages of the London derby clash at Stamford Bridge.
- Sun Sep 17 6:30 AM
PAUL POGBA could reportedly miss 12 WEEKS of action for Manchester United due to a hamstring injury.
- Sat Sep 16 1:00 PM
Manchester City and Liverpool are both in action during Saturday's 3 o'clock Premier League kick-offs. Follow all the action LIVE with Sportsmail's JAMES DUTTON.
|I think Manchester City agreed to it but the other top teams, United and Chelsea I think, they didn't want it,
Guardiola said. It's okay, it will happen though. Not just here in England, all around the world, the referees must be helped. Today the football is quicker, it's faster.
I have said many times we are delighted with Phil,
said Guardiola. He has the quality to stay here for 10 years.
The way he celebrated his first goal was like the final of the World Cup and that is because he is a City fan,
The first priority is the Premier League, that is the nicest one,
Guardiola said. When I see three teams like Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus, and in 10 years, they have won seven leagues, they show me they are the best teams.