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City Summary – April 7: City linked with everyone, Kun’s expert analysis, Kompany to return?

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Time to catch up on today’s news – here’s your City Summary:

And we start on the back of City’s draw at PSG last night, with Sergio Aguero suggesting that City are back to where they should be – one problem Sergio, we’ve never been in the quarter final of the Champions League before…

He then gave us some absolutely fantastic analysis on the game… still better than Michael Owen, though.

Manchester City players have made the UEFA Team of the Week – hats off to Fernandinho and Kevin De Bruyne:

To continue on the topic of last night’s draw, former PSG player David Ginola had only positive things to say about Manuel Pellegrini’s side:

The Daily Mail report that Pep Guardiola has faith in England’s number one, Joe Hart, and sees him as an important part of the club:

Meanwhile, it wouldn’t be a news day without some transfer talk…

FSFM are close to releasing their new album, get it first on iTunes. It’s been described as “deep, emotional, but some dodgy vocals from half the band” – no prizes for guessing who is letting the team down.

ESPN echo the reports from The Independent, hinting that as many as eight players could make their way to the Etihad in summer, including Ilkay Gundogan, Aymeric Laporte and John Stones:

And in other, quite emotional news – news that inspired one of FSFM’s “deep and emotional” tracks – it tugs on the ol’ heartstrings – is that Wilfied Bony may well be leaving the club in summer:

Vincent Kompany is nearing his latest return, and Pellegrini is considering naming him in the starting eleven on Tuesday:

And in a final bit of transfer news, it is reported that City are trailing 21-year-old defender Eric Bailly:

And one final note to end on… anybody remember that “flop”?

That’s our round-up of today’s news folks, however remember that round-the-clock coverage will continue throughout the night on @City_Watch – we’ll make sure we keep you up-to-date!

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