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5 key matches for Man City

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Nolito flies to Manchester for City meetup; Higuain could leave Napoli

The ESPN FC guys share their thoughts on Gonzalo Higuain's future, with Atletico Madrid reportedly expressing their interest in signing the forward.

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TOP STORY: Nolito flies to Manchester

Pep Guardiola appears close to confirming the signing of Celta Vigo star Nolito with the Telegraph reporting the Spain international will arrive in Manchester this week to complete a £13.8 million move.

Nolito endured a mixed tournament with La Roja. The 29-year-old shone as Spain thrashed Turkey, but was otherwise an awkward fit in a one-dimensional...

Man City and England keeper Joe Hart under pressure to keep No. 1 spot

ESPN FC's Roberto Martinez and Vincent Kompany reflect on England's shock loss to Iceland and discuss where they go from here.

Within minutes of England's humiliating Euro 2016 exit to Iceland, goalkeeper Joe Hart was apologising for the error that allowed Kolbeinn Sigthorsson's winner to slip under his hand.

The embarrassing loss -- to a country with a population of just 330,000 -- forced Roy Hodgson to quit his job and the England futures of some of his under-performing players have already been called into question.

Chief amongst those under pressure is Hart. His mistake against Iceland was his second major gaffe of...

Raheem Sterling can shake off 'Hated One' tag and become an England hero

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner reveals his player ratings for England in their win over Wales.

Two years after being the shining light of a miserable World Cup campaign for England, Raheem Sterling is going through such a crisis of confidence that his involvement at Euro 2016 could already be over.

The Guardian has reported that England's coaching staff are concerned over Sterling's state of mind after the Manchester City attacker's morale slumped following criticism of his form at stadiums and on social media.

The 21-year-old has become unpopular following his bitter departure from Liverpool...

 By David Mooney

Pep Guardiola gets to grips with Man City's successes and bizarre failures

Pep Guardiola is said to have been reading up on Manchester City's history.

Reports this week suggest that Pep Guardiola has been immersing himself in Manchester City history ever since he knew he would be joining the Premier League. He's said to have been watching DVDs of matches last season and reading up on the club's roots, as well as making secret visits to the City Football Academy.

As the 2016-17 season draws ever nearer, and director of football Txiki Begiristain hunts for players to add to the squad -- potentially including Nolito -- following the £21 million...

Schalke keen to keep hold of Leroy Sane in face of Man City pursuit

Leroy Sane
Schalke have reportedly dug in their heels over Leroy Sane's proposed move to Manchester City.

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

TOP STORY: Sane to Man City in doubt?

Last week, it seemed Manchester City were in pole position to sign Schalke's sought-after Leroy Sane, but now it seems it might not happen after all.

Days after reports that City had "sealed a £40 million swoop" for Sane, the Mirror says new Schalke coach Markus Weinzierl is "pushing to keep his prize asset for the 2016-17 season."...

 By Simon Curtis

England vs. Slovakia highlights difficulties of Man City youth setup

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Kate Markgraf discuss Daniel Sturridge's ability to provide an instant impact upon entering a game.

As eyes fall on England's attempt to successfully qualify for the knockout phase of Euro 2016, Manchester City fans will be looking at three participants in the Slovakia match who will conjure memories of what might have been.

Much has been written about City's Academy set-up, the vast amounts spent recently in revamping it and whether it benefits the club, benefits other clubs, the young players' careers or whether it carries little obvious benefit at all.

Much has been provocatively put, the inference...