• ‘They were a bit cautious – we have earned that respect’• Defender admits late foul to concede penalty was ‘not smart’
Virgil van Dijk has said Manchester City’s caution at Anfield was a sign of respect for Liverpool and promised to learn from the foul that almost cost Jürgen Klopp’s team their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.
The Liverpool defender admitted it was “not smart” to dive in on Leroy Sané during the stalemate on Sunday and he was hugely relieved when Riyad Mahrez...
Guardiola has been keen on the young striker since his Monaco days, when he burst onto the scene by knocking City of the Champions League in 2017.
Rabiot is reportedly seeking £150k per week in wages and an £8m signing-on bonus, which makes him an attractive signing in financial terms given there would be no transfer fee involved.