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Manchester City Daily News and Transfer Rumors (October 25, 2016): Man United buildup, another Bayern Munich star on the radar?

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Southampton 0-3 City PL2 - Manchester City FC
City continued their excellent form in the Premier League 2 with a comprehensive 3-0 win over third-placed Southampton. Two strikes from Paolo Fernandes either side of half-time and a Florin Gardos own goal gave City the numerical advantage that their superior play on the evening deserved.

Man City's Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne nominated for Ballon D'or
The prestigious award, which this year will solely be judged by European journalists after the magazine and FIFA parted ways, recognises 2016’s best performing player.

Gundogan targets how Man City can beat Manchester United in the EFL Cup - Manchester Evening News
Having missed out on the chance to face Manchester United last month, you can understand Ilkay Gundogan relishing the opportunity to have another game at Old Trafford so soon.

Vincent Kompany gives Man City fans honest update on injury situation - Manchester Evening News
Vincent Kompany is confident and motivated as he looks to bring his Manchester City career back to life.

Why are Man City struggling to keep clean sheets under Guardiola? - Simon Bajkowski - Manchester Evening News
A run of seven games without a clean sheet has led to questions being asked of Manchester City at the back.

Vincent Kompany insists Manchester City's dressing-room inquest will get them back to winning ways - Mirror Online
Guardiola kept his side locked in the dressing room after being held by Southampton - increasing their winless run to five

Nathan Redmond reveals Manchester City's John Stones was targeted by Southampton - Mirror Online
Redmond took advantage of a mistake by the error-prone defender and admitted it was the side's plan all along

Manchester City line up £20million move for Bayern Munich full-back Juan Bernat
Spanish international left-back is well-known by Guardiola who signed him for Bayern Munich - and he could replace Aleksandar Kolarov or Gael Clichy