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 By Michael Cox

Samir Nasri talks to ESPN FC about Man City, Manuel Pellegrini, Marseille

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has said that Raheem Sterling is capable of playing in a number of positions, and that Yaya Toure still has an important role to play in the team.
Manchester City had reason to celebrate a first ever Premier League win at Stoke's Britannia Stadium.
Samir Nasri is primed for a strong season in 2015-16 after Man City's last campaign ended without a league title.

Manchester City's Samir Nasri is highly unusual among modern footballers, for two very different reasons.

First, he's forthcoming with opinions. This is a player who, for example, who was confronted by paparazzi while on holiday in Los Angeles this summer and ended up having a discussion about the FIFA crisis, one in which he welcomed FBI intervention. Few other footballers dared utter a word about the saga.

Second, Nasri is a relentless football watcher. One of the notable things about professional...

 By Simon Curtis

City's full-back weaknesses on display in loss to Real

Real Madrid continued their preseason dominance with a comfortable 4-1 victory over Manchester City.

The history of Manchester City's clashes with the mighty Real Madrid is brief, if a little drawn out. Apart from the two keenly contested games in the 2011-12 edition of the Champions League (the home game drawn 1-1 and the match at the Bernabeu won 3-2 by the Spanish side), the only other competitive fixture between the two teams was in 1979-80.

This was when City jetted off to the Spanish capital for a Christmas friendly that ended up being anything but amicable. Four red cards, four more yellows...

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Man City target £60m De Bruyne; Arsenal eye Barca starlet Samper

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti doesn't see Kevin De Bruyne joining the already crowded midfield at Manchester City.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Man City target £60m Kevin De Bruyne

It's no secret that Manchester City have been after Kevin De Bruyne all summer, but it appears that Manuel Pellegrini's side are about to get serious about landing the 24-year-old Belgian star.

Could Kevin De Bruyne, left, be off to Manchester City?

The Mirror reports that City are prepared to break the £59.7 million British transfer record that rivals...

 By David Mooney

Raheem Sterling and David Silva partnership could spark City into life

Manuel Pellegrini was pleased with Raheem Sterling's Manchester City debut against Roma and believes the former Liverpool attacker will add a new dimension to his side.

While Manchester City could manage only a 2-2 draw with Roma in Melbourne on Tuesday -- followed by a victory in the penalty shootout -- manager Manuel Pellegrini must have been delighted with what he saw on the pitch.

Pellegrini must have been pleased to see a glimpse of what Raheem Sterling can offer his new club in the coming months now that the transfer saga is over.

Sterling played only a first-half cameo, but he looked sharp, creative and deadly in front of goal despite having little time...

 By Nick Miller

Ronaldo, Neymar, Aguero & Rooney show Sterling how to live with hype

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore says the £49m fee for Raheem Sterling does not reflect the true value of British players.

There's pressure on Raheem Sterling, 20, to deliver the goods for his new club after his £49 million Man City move. But such a fee may not be a burden to him -- here's 10 players aged 21 or younger who managed to live up to the hype having joined their new clubs for big money.

10. Neymar - €57.1m (officially), Santos to Barcelona, aged 21

You could say it's too early to judge Neymar as a complete success, but anyone who watches this beautiful, elegant forward glide across the pitch...

Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph make Manchester City a better team

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets in regards to the Gold Cup, if Manchester City are favourites to win the Premier League and who will win The Open.

No matter how big the bang, the dust always settles eventually, and though Manchester City's two high-profile summer signings arrived at the Etihad Stadium last week still feverishly digging their way out of public relations nightmares, this will soon pass.

Football's news cycle is so rapid and hysterical that it will only be a matter of days before something else has everyone up in arms. What really matters is whether Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph can take City forward. All evidence suggests...