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Manchester City News and Transfer Rumors (September 19, 2016): Leroy Sané set to start against Swansea, more

A round-up of the latest Manchester City news

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Guardiola ready to unleash Leroy Sane | ManCity.com
“Leroy was ready to start this game but I decided something different,” he said. “He came to us injured but he’s been training with us for the past one or two weeks and he gets better every day.

Q&A: Rogerio Ceni backs Bravo to shine - Manchester City FC
The legendary former Brazil international is the top-scoring goalkeeper of all-time, netting 131 times in his 25-year career at Sao Paulo where he earned the record for most matches for a single club (1,230).

Man City players love Guardiola and his staff but here's what they like the most - Manchester Evening News
The team is playing brilliant football, but the success is equally down to the fact that they are running further than before, averaging about a mile more per match than they did last season.

Manchester City: Things we love - week 5 - Gareth Barry and Pirlo's boots
In our latest compendium of what we loved online this week, our former midfielder and a pair of the classiest football boots you’ll ever see feature.

Manchester City v Bournemouth: Talking Points
Guardiola will have a chance to equal the start his Bayern successor Carlo Ancelotti made at Chelsea in Swansea next weekend but for now, let’s just drink in the unbridled joy and optimism surrounding City at the moment.

Sterling renaissance key to City's impressive start to the season - Rob Pollard - Manchester Evening News
His turnaround in form has been sensational. He was a shell of a player under Manuel Pellegrini – but Pep Guardiola has reinvigorated him, switching him to the right and assuring him he is a huge part of his plans. A subtle tactical alteration and an injection of confidence is seemingly all that was missing.