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Manchester City Daily News, Links, Transfer Rumors: September 16, 2016

A wrap-up of the latest Manchester City news and transfer rumors

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Talking Points: Borussia Monchengladbach points for discussion - Manchester City FC
City are a delight to watch and made it a magnificent seven wins from seven against Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday evening...

City v Bournemouth head to head: Sterling v Ibe
They were once team-mates at Liverpool, now they're up against each other with different clubs - Raheem Sterling and Bournemouth's Jordon Ibe

Ilkay Gundogan heaps praise on Man City team-mate Sergio Aguero | Football News | Sky Sports
Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan has praised Sergio Aguero's natural goalscoring ability after the striker scored his second European hat-trick of the season against Borussia Monchengladbach.

Aguero's Man City goal record is a joke, they CANNOT snub him again, says Stones - M.E.N.
Aguero has not won either of the two main English player awards in his five seasons with the Blues and has NEVER been included in the PFA's Premier League team of the year, despite being the most lethal goalscorer in the league's history. But Stones, who faced Kun when he played for Everton and now regularly comes up against him in training, says the individual honours simply have to come.

Man City are potential champions even without Sergio Aguero, insists Eddie Howe - Mirror Online
The Bournemouth boss is preparing his side to take on the Premier League leaders this Saturday, knowing full well that the Cherries have to be at the top of their game to claim anything.

Do Arsenal, Spurs, Man City and Leicester face a Champions League hangover in the Premier League? | Football News | Sky Sports
While Arsenal, Leicester, Manchester City and Tottenham are all odds-on favourites to win their domestic match-ups this weekend, recent history shows teams competing in Europe's elite club competition often suffer a knock-on effect from their midweek exertions.

Pep Guardiola wants Dahoud, Thorgan Hazard and Christensen - The Sun
Spanish boss was overheard telling Gladbach sporting director he has his eye on their three top talents