Manchester City FC

Manchester City FC Information
Nick-name(s) Blues, Citizens
League English Premiership
Location Manchester, England
Founded 1880
Official Website http://www.mcfc.co.uk

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Manchester City, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2018 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Manchester City FC. Manchester City are currently in the English Premiership.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Manchester City

Real Madrid will lead the chase for Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld. Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United are also keen on the 28-year-old Belgian

Daily Mirror - 15/Feb/2018

Players rumoured out of Manchester City FC in the last 2 weeks

Manchester City - Latest News

After so much success, have Man City fans forgotten how to lose?

The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card. The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on all things Man City, including how Pep Guardiola handles losing and what their FA Cup exit means for Tottenham. Losing isn't something Manchester City fans have experienced a lot lately. Before Wigan's 1-0 victory in the FA Cup on Monday night, only Shakhtar Donetsk and Liverpool had taken maximum points from Pep Guardiola's side -- and the first was a meaningless Champions League tie, while the second was down to a mad 10-minute spell that a late rescue-attempt couldn't salvage.But, despite a strong City line-up against the League One high-fliers, it was the underdogs who put in the better performance and...

Wigan and Man City charged over FA Cup clash, Sergio Aguero avoids action

After an apparent confrontation between Sergio Aguero and a Wigan fan following Man City's FA Cup defeat, the FC crew discuss the incident and their concerns about fans storming the pitch. The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card. Manchester City and Wigan Athletic have been charged for failing to control their players during the FA Cup fifth round clash on Monday night, the Football Association has confirmed.But City striker Sergio Aguero will not face any disciplinary action over his altercation with a fan during a pitch invasion after the game. The FA will also take no action against any players or coaching staff from either team after an argument in the tunnel at half-time.Both clubs have also been asked to give their...

Hislop: City didn't get out of second gear

Shaka Hislop, Ale Moreno and Craig Burley talk to Dan Thomas about Manchester City's defeat to Wigan in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Sergio Aguero 'spat and sworn at' in Wigan pitch confrontation - sources

After an apparent confrontation between Sergio Aguero and a Wigan fan following Man City's FA Cup defeat, the FC crew discuss the incident and their concerns about fans storming the pitch. The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card. Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was spat and sworn at by a Wigan Athletic fan during the pitch invasion that followed their FA Cup tie, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.Television footage showed Aguero raising his arm to push away a supporter as hundreds of fans ran onto the pitch after League One side Wigan's 1-0 win at the DW Stadium.Aguero will not face an investigation from the Football Association over his involvement in the incident, other sources told ESPN FC.But the...

Cook: Shocked to be in FA Cup quarters

Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook says his League One team didn't even look at the draw for FA Cup quarter-final before knocking out Premier League leaders Manchester City.

Manchester City 'massively disappointed' by Wigan loss - Stones

After an apparent confrontation between Sergio Aguero and a Wigan fan following Man City's FA Cup defeat, the FC crew discuss the incident and their concerns about fans storming the pitch. The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card. WIGAN, England -- John Stones said Manchester City's players were "massively disappointed" after their quadruple hopes were ended by League One Wigan Athletic.City were knocked out of the FA Cup fifth round on Monday, ending their chances of an unprecedented clean sweep of four trophies.Pep Guardiola's side suffered only their third defeat of the season and Stones told reporters: "[There is] just massive disappointment in the dressing room."We felt we should have got something out of the game,...