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City Summary – December 18: Puel hints at Leicester rotation, big Agüero rumour, Arsenal eye Arteta

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The GMP are investigating the disgraceful racially-motivated attack on Raheem Sterling on Saturday.

Could Sergio Agüero be in his last season as a City player? The same Spanish journalist who reported he’d been playing in pain for three months (since reported by the English press) believes he could leave soon.

There was no Pep presser today, but Leicester boss Claude Puel had some words ahead of the Carabao Cup quarter-final, hinting that he will make changes to his side – as I’m sure Guardiola will.

Could Mikel Arteta’s stay as an assistant at Manchester City be brief? Arsenal are reportedly considering him as a managerial candidate once Arsene Wenger is gone.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is reportedly wanted by Napoli again after making only two appearances for City this season.

Wilfried Bony and Eliaquim Mangala could have moved to France together in the summer had Marcelo Bielsa not gone loco, as he tends to do.

As reported yesterday, Manchester City are close to a deal for exciting Paraguay international Jesús Medina, and Spain’s AS newspaper has branded him one of the most exciting talents in South America.

Not one, but two former City youngsters will soon be playing for Barcelona, with Jose Ángel Pozo following Denis Suárez to the Camp Nou.

Finally, Phil Foden… he’s one of our own! He was over the moon after being named BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year last night.

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