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City Summary – October 12: Transfer blows from Italy and Spain, Brazilian ‘wonderkid’ on fire, Aguero disappointed with Argentina form

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Manchester City may not be back in action until Saturday, but there’s still plenty of City-related news to bring you from around the globe. Here is today’s City Summary:

Gabriel Jesus made it four goals in four games for Brazil in their World Cup Qualifying campaign, with this deft chip:

Jesus’ future strike partner, Sergio Aguero, had a less successful international break, following up on an injury scare with a poor performance in Argentina’s loss to Paraguay.

Let’s not forget about the club’s third prolific striker, Kelechi Iheanacho. His father, James, has some worrying news for rival fans.

City were linked with big money moves for both Leonardo Bonucci and Toni Kroos during the summer, but both look likely to remain at their current clubs for the foreseeable future. Juventus are reportedly wary of City’s interest in Bonucci, thus they have offered him a new contract.

While Toni Kroos has signed a bumped contract extension with Real Madrid.

More transfer news now, as Pablo Zabaleta has been linked with a move to Inter Milan, a club that he turned down in the summer transfer window.

Zabaleta’s former team-mate, Gareth Barry, has been awarded a Guinness World Record for the highest number of Premier League starts. Barry was asked who his best ever team-mate was.

Barry’s Everton visit The Etihad on Saturday, a game which kicks off a tough run of fixtures for City. One of their opponents in this run, Barcelona, have been handed a boost ahead of the game.

And finally, Sergio Aguero has shed some light on Pep Guardiola’s man management methods.

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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