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Manchester City News, Transfer Rumors (November 4, 2016): Yaya Touré back? Agüero, Gundogan up for awards

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Gundogan: My best is yet to come
City's German star believes there's plenty of improving he can do as he settles into life in the Premier League

Things We Love: Pablo Zabaleta's Big Interview and Rock 'n' Roll Star - Manchester City FC
The rib-tickling and the thought-provoking... What's caught our attention on the world wide web this week?

Ilkay Gundogan, Sergio Aguero and Paolo Fernandes nominated for October Premier League awards
Ilkay Gundogan is in the running for the EA Sports Player of the Month Award, Sergio Aguero is challenging for the Carling Goal of the Month and Paolo Fernandes is on the Premier League 2 Player of the Month shortlist.

How Gundogan and Pogba's statistics compare so far this season - Manchester Evening News
There’s a difference of £70m in their transfer fees - and when it comes to the impact they’ve had on their respective teams, the margin is even wider. Ilkay Gundogan’s double against Barcelona on Tuesday night further justified Pep Guardiola’s determination to bring the German international to the Etihad in the summer. And why he abandoned Manchester City’s long-standing interest in Paul Pogba.

Why Man City vs Middlesbrough could be bigger test than Barca for Guardiola (no, really!) - Manchester Evening News
After the high of beating Barcelona, Manchester City have to readjust as Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough come to the Etihad.

Manchester City's future under Pep Guardiola is designed to produce more kids than Barcelona - Mirror Online
The Sky Blues have been criticised in recent years for buying success and not giving youth a chance but their new boss looks set to change all that

Yaya Toure apologises to Manchester City for 'misunderstandings of past' | Football News | Sky Sports
Yaya Toure has apologised to the Manchester City management team "for the misunderstandings of the past" and pledged his future to the club.