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Manchester City News, Transfer Rumors (September 24, 2016): Swansea preview, Kolarov set for new deal

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Swansea v City: Fernandinho preview
The Brazilian has sounded a timely reminder that the Blues enjoyed a perfect start to last season too and has promised that no-one in the squad is getting ahead of themselves at this early stage of the campaign.

Man City cleared by FIFA over Benjamin Garre transfer - Manchester Evening News
FIFA will not be opening disciplinary proceedings against Manchester City over their handling of the Benjamin Garre transfer. City signed the 16-year-old Argentine in the summer from Velez Sarsfield , beating off competition from Manchester United and Barcelona. But the Buenos Aires club then reported the deal to FIFA, alleging City had made an approach for Garre when he was 15, which is forbidden under FIFA rules.

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City changes are not about showing his authority | Football News | Sky Sports
Pep Guardiola says he did not enjoy dropping Joe Hart and Yaya Toure, but insists he is the "chief" at Manchester City. Hart was demoted from his first-choice goalkeeper role and loaned out to Serie A side Torino this summer. Guardiola has also refused to play Toure until the player's agent apologises for public criticism of him.

Manchester City will always be one of the best clubs with Pep Guardiola, says David Villa | Football News | Sky Sports
The New York City striker played under Guardiola during his time at Barcelona, winning two La Liga titles and lifting the Champions League trophy before leaving the club in 2013.

Yaya Toure's dad pleads with Pep Guardiola to give exiled midfielder Etihad lifeline - Mirror Online
Yaya Toure's dad has urged Pep Guardiola to bring his son in from the Etihad cold. The Manchester City midfielder has been frozen out by Guardiola after a war of words with Toure's agent Dimitri Seluk. Toure's time at the club looks all but over, having figured only once for Guardiola this season.

Aleksandar Kolarov set for new Manchester City deal after impressing Pep Guardiola - Mirror Online
Aleksandar Kolarov will be offered a new deal by Manchester City in recognition of his fine start to the season. Kolarov, 30, is rejuvenated under Pep Guardiola and the City boss says the club will open contract talks in the coming months because the Serbian's current deal expires in 2018.