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LIVE Transfer Talk: Ajax midfielder Frenkie De Jong a target for Man City, Barcelona

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola believes Kevin De Bruyne is fit enough to feature in their match day squad against Burnley.

The transfer window for all of Europe's big five leagues is closed, but that doesn't stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around about who will be moving where come January.

TOP STORY: Man City look to beat Barca to De Jong

Ajax midfielder Frenkie De Jong is one of Europe's most wanted, and Premier League champions Manchester City are one of the clubs determined to sign him next summer according to the Daily Mail

The Netherlands international fits the Pep Guardiola mould, so much so that...

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Joe Hart has Man City training pitch named in his honour

As of Friday, the goalkeeper training pitch at the Manchester City Football Academy will be known as the "Joe Hart pitch".

And just as the club did for Yaya Toure, City will mark the occasion by also unveiling a special custom mosaic of Hart on a plinth next to the pitch. 

What is more, chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak will join the 31-year-old and his family after City's game against Hart's Burnley on Saturday to present him with a replica of the mosaic and a lifetime season ticket.

Hart represented...

Manchester City expect push from Liverpool, but London clubs will also have their say

Stevie Nicol and Mark Donaldson give their picks for this weekend's Premier League fixtures including the headliner of Chelsea vs. Manchester United.
Since joining Manchester City in 2010, David Silva has been instrumental in the club's continued run of success.
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan talks ESPN through his fashion choices and explains why it's so important to him.

By 11 p.m. on Monday night it is perfectly feasible that Premier League leaders Manchester City could sit fifth in the table. Fellow title favourites Liverpool might be fourth. All of nine games will have been completed, under a quarter of the league season.

For those predicting a two-horse race, it is clearly a little early to pronounce on such a thing, as two points presently cover the first five teams. A sprightly looking Chelsea, revitalised Arsenal and obdurate Tottenham will hope fervently...

Manchester City may buy big but they sell smart as business model becomes a cash cow

In spite of speculation that Real Madrid are interested in the talented winger, Craig Burley doesn't think Raheem Sterling is quite at the level of a Galactico.

Manchester City have spent a lot of money. It is both a refrain of Jose Mourinho's and the truth. Yet it is also true that a club with the fifth-highest turnover in world football are beginning to bring in a lot. City have reported profits in each of the last four financial years, with a surplus of £10.4 million in the 2017-18 season.

That owes something to a profitable ploy: selling players they were unlikely to pick. It sounds obvious, but few have made as much money from superfluous figures...

Real Madrid and Barcelona would only be interested in Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling from England's squad

In spite of speculation that Real Madrid are interested in the talented winger, Craig Burley doesn't think Raheem Sterling is quite at the level of a Galactico.

Real Madrid and Barcelona don't settle for second best when it comes to box office moves in the transfer market, so given that England reached the World Cup semifinals during the summer and the Premier League is the biggest league in the world, surely any Englishman flourishing in his domestic competition would be a contender for a move to the Santiago Bernabeu or Camp Nou, right?

But as Gareth Southgate's men prepare to face Spain in Seville on Monday night, the reality is that only Harry Kane...

Manchester City a different test as Riyad Mahrez struggles to be top dog

The FC crew question Pep Guardiola's decision to pick Riyad Mahrez to take a penalty against Liverpool following his less-than-impressive track record.
After a scoreless draw between Liverpool and Man City, Craig Burley says we're in for an exciting title race with three teams tied at the top.
After a scoreless draw between Liverpool and Man City, Craig Burley says we're in for an exciting title race with three teams tied at the top.
In a match that didn't generate much attack from either side, Riyad Mahrez's penalty miss was the difference between a draw and a potential City win.

With the game at 0-0 and just a handful of minutes remaining, Riyad Mahrez had a glorious chance to end Manchester City's abysmal record at Anfield, where the champions haven't won for 15 years.

Virgil van Dijk had been penalised for bringing down Leroy Sane in the box and City's support, massed at that end of the ground, could barely hide their excitement -- finally an opportunity to bury some of those memories, the decades of embarrassment and pain at this unyielding place. The party would be...