Man City Announce Departure Of Another Star — Official

Vincent De Villiers
Agosto 5, 2017

With spells at Manchester United and Real Madrid on his CV, Hernandez is a seriously impressive poacher and could show what he is capable of doing in the league this season.

"I want to go on and win things".

City were constantly on the front foot, with half chances for Sergio Aguero and David Silva representing their control.

The Brazilian, who signed for City in a reported £12m deal in 2014 from Porto, made more than 100 appearances for the club in his three seasons at the Etihad, scoring four goals.

Back in August last year, Guardiola made it public knowledge that Hart's distribution with his feet was below par, a quality the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager insists his goalkeepers possess.

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They will then have a little under three weeks in which to get any late transfer business completed before the latest window of opportunity passes and they are forced to make do until January. "And there is no doubt that he will succeed with Manchester City", he said. "It's a big pressure because when you pay for some players, the pressure to perform as well in every game becomes greater". Additionally, Joe Hart could also man between the sticks for the Hammers.

"Then it's normal that he will succeed".

The Citizens have already added about £200 million worth of players, with Kyle Walker, Bernardo Silva and Danilo headlining a strong class of additions.

West Ham United have never fielded an Icelandic player in a competitive fixture.

Manchester City sounded a warning to their title rivals with a highly polished 3-0 pre-season win over West Ham in Iceland on Friday.

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