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City Summary – May 28: Seasoncards sell out, De Bruyne’s wonder goal, two Argentines linked

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

Anyone cracked any Emptihad banter toady? If so, let me show you this – seasoncards for Pep’s first season in charge of City have officially sold out:

Kevin De Bruyne started for Belgium in their friendly against Switzerland today – and how about this for a goal?

Here’s some staffing news for you. Rodolfo Borrell is set to become head of coaching under new manager Pep Guardiola, whilst Jason Wilcox is to be promoted to senior Academy coach:

A few days ago, it came out that Raheem Sterling was worried about fitting in within Pep Guardiola’s stlye of player, and he’s been expressing some views on his City career so far:

Moving on to some transfer news – it’s been widely reported the Javier Mascherano may well be joining Juventus, but City could yet stand in the way of the Italian giants:

Now, this is an interesting one. It may well have nothing to do with City, however there has been some talk of Aubameyang swapping Dortmund for Manchester. The attacker was left out of the Gabon squad for their game today down to his request, due to “changing club”:

The Daily Star report that City have pulled the plug on a move for France international Paul Pogba due to his high value and huge wage demands. It’s not all bad though, Real Madrid are interested in signing the midfielder which means they may have to sell Toni Kroos in order to fund the move – a player who has been linked with City:

Paulo Dybala is the latest name thrown into the City transfer hat and Aguero could play a part in bringing the highly rated forward to the Etihad:

And finally, the one we’re all kind of expecting this summer, Wilfred Bony will be able to leave the club in the next few months with Swansea being a likely destination:

That’s it for today. Keep your eyes peeled on @City_Watch and the site, day and night, as we work to deliver the latest City news, views, and other high-quality content.

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