Guardiola: Sterling knows what Man City think of him

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Kevin De Bruyne returns to Manchester City training for the first time since suffering a career-threatening knee injury.

Although he did not cite any specific countries, Guardiola said he enjoyed living overseas. I'm sorry, he's not for sale. "I recently met his parents and understood a lot about why he is a fantastic guy". Argentina offered him the chance to take charge of the national side this summer but the City manager rebuffed the offer.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola clarifies his previous comments relating to a potential release clause in the contract of Kevin De Bruyne.

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Busquets quickly established himself as a key player in the Barca team, operating in a slightly deeper role to fellow midfielders Xavi and Andres Iniesta.

"My time there as a coach is finished because I'm not the same as I was then, nor is the way they see me the same", Guardiola said. "I want to try, for sure. if they want me".

Guardiola also spoke about life at the Etihad, saying, "Here [City] I feel very good".

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Last season De Bruyne scored eight goals for the Premier League champions and aso came up with 16 assists as the team broke all sorts of records in England.

"Here [City] I feel very good, very protected from football", he said. "I do not feel judged by a defeat or victory".

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