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City Summary – March 3: City eye Chinese club, four up for awards, Valencia unlikely to buy Mangala

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

The City Football Group are looking at new clubs to buy and the Chief Commercial Officer, Tom Glick, says that they may venture into the Chinese market:

Congratulations to Pep Guardiola, Gabriel Jesus, David Silva and Brahim Díáz – they’ve all been nominated for Premier League awards for their performances in February:

Eliaquim Mangala has been impressing his current club Valencia, however it isn’t expected that they’ll be able to make the move permanent in summer:

Elsewhere, Torino may look to make a permanent move for Joe Hart due to the amount he has impressed, despite a deal looking previously impossible:

Real Madrid aren’t said to be interested in signing Sergio Aguero in the summer, despite being heavily linked with the striker:

And it looks like Pep Guardiola is getting a bit bored of asking the same questions…

Kompany is back (how many times have we said that?)! Pep is hoping that he will be fit for the rest of the season:

Jack Rodwell is a doubt to face Manchester City on Sunday, but you know, it was City that ruined his career and not the fact he is injury prone:

Pablo Zabaleta, Nicolas Otamendi, Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho have all been called up for international duty at the end of March:

There are a number of players that will have to fight for their Manchester City futures, indluding Yaya Touré, Pablo Zabaleta and Willy Caballero:

However it looks like Tosin Adarabioyo will be offered a new contract despite interest from elsewhere:

And finally, there’s some praise for John Stones ahead of City’s visit to the Stadium of Light – Sunderland boss David Moyes says England should be thankful to have the defender:

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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