Pep Guardiola clarifies Kevin De Bruyne buy-out clause quotes

Heather Diaz
September 15, 2018

Guardiola took over at Barcelona in 2008 after being promoted from the club's B team, and brought Busquets with him into first team training.

Sane, 22, has not started a game for City this season and has played just 75 minutes in their opening fixtures. "He's not fit for tomorrow but he's progressing well", Guardiola was quoted as saying, even as he added that Raheem Sterling is ready for Saturday's Premier League duel.

De Bruyne suffered lateral collateral ligament injury while training with City teammates in August and was ruled out of action for about three months.

The pair have found it hard to break into Pep Guardiola's side this season, with Delph yet to play in the Premier League and Foden limited to eight minutes off the bench in the recent 6-1 thrashing of Huddersfield.

"The other day, I met his parents and you often understand how the children are when you know the parents".

"Sometimes, for some players, it's that way (a slow start to the season)". He's so competitive and professional.

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Morris received a standing applause afterwards, the newspaper reported . The campaign was launched over the Labour Day weekend in the US.

Lionel Messi has been at Barcelona since he was a small boy and during his time at the Catalan club, he has seen hundreds of players come and go.

Delph, 28, has won seven worldwide caps since he last kicked a ball in anger for City, in the final game of last season.

The 23-year-old was also hoping that a strong personal showing in Russian Federation might strengthen his bargaining position.

"It's a challenge for all of them and a challenge for me and them is to keep that level".

"The most important thing is to try to help him". I had just one chance to do it as a player. "It was a short pre-season but now we have been back together for a month the situation is much better", he said.

"The club has my opinion about that".

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