Manchester City's director of football Txiki Begiristain insisted the club can cope with UEFA's financial fair play sanctions despite being handed the toughest draw in the Champions League.
City will face Bayern Munich -- for the third time in four years -- plus CSKA Moscow and ambitious Italian side Roma in Group E.
The Premier League champions have had to cope with a transfer spending limit of 60 million pounds plus a fine of the same level and a reduction in their Champions League squad size ...
The Champions League draw has been finalised. Here's a preview for Group E:
1. Bayern Munich
2. Manchester City
3. AS Roma
4. CSKA Moscow
Bayern Munich (Soccer Power Index (SPI) chance to advance: 90.6 percent)
In the second year of the Pep Guardiola project, Bayern look to regain their 2013 crown after being punished 5-0 on aggregate by eventual champs Real Madrid in the semifinals last season. Despite losing Toni Kroos to Real, and Javi Martinez to injury, their arrivals have...
Pablo Zabaleta believes Angel Di Maria will be a great signing for Manchester United and thinks his Argentina teammate is a talent who every club on the planet would have wanted.
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Di Maria sealed his move from Real Madrid to United for a British record fee of 59.7 million pounds on Tuesday.
And though Zabaleta plays for local rivals Manchester City, who were reportedly offered the winger, he thinks the 26-year-old represents an excellent piece of business, ev...