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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola broke down in tears in press Conference as Two Star player broke thier angle in training this morning.

Following the closure of the January transfer window, Manchester City is set to remove two players from their Premier League squad this month. The team’s focus on new acquisitions was relatively quiet, with Claudio Echeverri joining from River Plate but going on loan to the Argentine team for the remainder of 2024.


Winter departures were expected, and two significant exits have been confirmed. Reserve goalkeeper Zack Steffen, after a challenging stint with the Blues, completed a permanent transfer to the MLS team Colorado Rapids. Additionally, Kalvin Phillips left on loan, marking the second departure, as he was unable to secure a regular spot in the first team.


Despite unsuccessful negotiations for a permanent move to West Ham, Phillips will be loaned to the team. These decisions result in a reduction of two players in City’s Premier League squad compared to the previous year, with 18 players now registered for the second half of the season. MEN Sport’s calculations indicate that this is seven players fewer than the allowed 25-man cap. Notably, players eligible for the U21 team, such as Josko Gvardiol, Oscar Bobb, and Rico Lewis, are not included in the list. This is the anticipated composition of the City team following the submission of their squad.

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