Tag: Manchester City
Arsenal look set to miss out on Manchester City defender Eric Garcia, with the player edging closer to a move to FC Barcelona.
Sergio Agüero looks likely to miss the next month of football, after picking up an injury not long after a clash with Arsenal for the second time in a row.
Sokratis' move to Napoli still depends on Manchester City submitting an offer for Koulibaly with things likely to go down to the last day
Former Arsenal and Barcelona man, Emmanuel Petit, has warned Lionel Messi against a move to the Premier League this summer.
In episode 253, Matthew is joined by Paul to talk about our latest Chelsea old boy, the most recent shake-up in the corridors of power and keep fingers crossed for more arrivals.
Arsene Wenger believes Manchester City or PSG are likely to win this year's Champions League due to the decline in the competition.
Jolen Lescott believes Manchester City found it 'difficult to cope' when 'integral' Mikel Arteta left to take the Arsenal job and also had no clue Arteta would be so good so soon.
Manchester City don't see Dani Ceballos as a priority target this summer, despite some reports to the contrary in Spain recently.
Matthew and Paul indulge in an epic podcast to recap unlikely victories against Liverpool and Manchester City, while celebrating a long lost feel-good factor. Plus...
Pep Guardiola was angry with his attacking players for losing to Arsenal in Saturday's FA Cup, not the defence who made a few errors.
Mikel Arteta has expressed his sympathy for Arsenal fans who couldn't be at Wembley on Saturday night to watch their side beat Manchester City and make their 21st FA Cup final.
Arsenal did what many thought was impossible and beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final to make it to their 21st final of the competition they've won more than anyone else.
Pep Guardiola has said he is planning to use City's semi-final at Wembley against Arsenal to gauge how ready his side are to play Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will start against Manchester City at Wembley on Saturday in search of his first FA Cup goal for Arsenal this season and Mikel Arteta has backed him to handle the pressure even though he has never scored against City before.
Pep Guardiola has decided to come out swinging after Manchester City were cleared on a technicality of being massive financial cheats, pity he didn't bother to check his facts first when taking aim at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal fans expected to lose quite badly against Liverpool on Wednesday night only to come away with all three points but that doesn't mean we're closer to Liverpool than we thought, something we'll probably learn on Saturday.
Known by some as Mystic Weg, Arsene Wenger spoke in 2015 about the death of FFP and here we are in 2020 with the Court of Arbitration for Sport finally putting it's rotting carcass on display for all to see.
As expected, Manchester City have had their two-year European football ban overturned meaning they can now play in the Champions League next season and Arsenal definitely can't.
Arsenal could play in the Community Shield at the start of next season, even if they lose their semi-final next weekend against Manchester City as the FA are determined to put on the showpiece.
Arsenal lost 3-0 at Manchester City and, while it wasn't great, it was mostly David Luiz's fault and wasn't going quite so badly until he got involved. So what did Mikel Arteta think about it all and what can we learn from his comments after the game?
It couldn’t be a more difficult start for the Gunners as they resume their Premier League campaign on Wednesday evening, with the team travelling to the Etihad.
Matthew and Paul anticipate the return of The Arsenal like the coming of the dawn, look forward (ahem) to the Man City game, and try to work out what football will be like.
Ahead of Arsenal's trip to Manchester City next week, Pep Guardiola has finally named his successor to Mikel Arteta - Juanma Lillo.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says Arsenal are ready to face Manchester City when the Premier League restarts next week, although he's not sure what impact playing in front of an empty stadium will have.
Pep Guardiola made personal contact with Ismael Bennacer to try and convince him to join Manchester City, according to reports in France.
Manchester City have stepped up to full contact training as Pep Guardiola's men prepare to face Arsenal without a single injury concern. With the Premier...
Arsenal will face Manchester City on the Premier League's new restart date of June 17th, according to the latest reports.
With Arsenal looking at bringing in at least three new foreign players in the next window, are young English players getting a chance at the highest level or are they pushed away?
Manchester City's Kyle Walker is facing the prospect of a massive fine from his club after hosting a sex party during the lockdown.
According to an exclusive in Wednesday's Daily Mail, Arsenal have teamed up with Liverpool, Manchester United and the rest of the top 10 to stop Manchester City getting back into the Champions League.
One of the consequences of the rescheduled clash between Arsenal and Manchester City is Pep Guardiola's side now have more time to get their best players fully fit.
Manchester City received a huge boost as both Leroy Sane and Kevin De Bruyne trained with ahead of their game against Arsenal.
Arsenal's new boy Pablo Mari who was on the books with Manchester City from 2016 - 2019 and before the two sides meet on Wednesday, he has been talking City regrets and his Arsenal future.
Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne is expected to be fit for our game on Wednesday night after picking up a shoulder injury.
Arsenal were apparently reluctant to play Manchester City next week due to the short notice given to travelling fans but agreed to help ease City's congestion after Pep Guardiola's men convinced UEFA to let them play at the same time as a Champions League game.
The Premier League are still only 'in talks' over reorganising the Arsenal fixture against Manchester City for next Wednesday, five days after the date became possible.
Arsenal beat Portsmouth in the FA Cup on Monday evening so with most of the news centering around that, let's look at the stories doing the rounds today.
I love Robert Pires, but I love Dennis Bergkamp more, so I'm going to try to be nice about what follows...
UEFA could open another investigation into Manchester City with it being claimed that they over-inflated their sponsorship money to fiddle Financial Fair Play regulations between 2012 and 2016.
Mikel Arteta admits he was 'shocked' by Manchester City's two-year Champions League ban because he just wants the best for them.