Zabaleta To Leave City At The End Of The Season

Zabaleta To Leave City At The End Of The Season

"Pablo Zabaleta is out of contract in the summer and has informed the club he will move to pastures new, but leave behind many happy memories", read City's statement on the Argentina global.

Do you think Toure deserves a longer stay at the Etihad? For that you need time and it is not easy.

"His impact here was awesome".

"When I first came to Manchester I felt like when I was in Barcelona at Espanyol; we were not the main club in the city", Zabaleta said. What he and other guys did for the club, helped [make] this club what it is right now.

Guardiola was speaking ahead of Tuesday's makeup game against West Brom.

Despite their endeavours, West Brom are unlikely to threaten City at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday as City attempt to leapfrog Liverpool once again. "One of them, of course, for Pablo".

With the stakes high for City, however, Guardiola insists his side can take nothing for granted.

"We arrived at times to the byline but the last pass was not properly good and we missed the chances to nearly the finish the game".

"Tony Pulis' teams don't play thinking it doesn't matter".

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"It will be a football game". We used to play with 10 men for five minutes a game at one stage because he was always getting treatment!

So unless we go goal insane while winning the last two games against Sunderland and Everton, I see Man City as being the team to catch. We have to look after our boots.

Willy Caballero, Gael Clichy, Bacary Sagna and Jesus Navas are expected to be part of the summer clear out by Guardiola, but time will tell if they all go and whether or not Toure will be joining them.

"They are professionals, they will play to win", Guardiola said at a press conference yesterday. It is so important to focus on the present.

"I have a lot of respect for people players and managers who do what they do for a lot of time".

Centre-back John Stones, however, has recovered from a muscle problem.

Manchester City have endured a "tough" season but can end it on a positive note by winning their last two games and sealing a Champions League spot for next season, midfielder Fernandinho has said. "Sure. At the clubs I worked at before, I am not here, but here we have a second chance".

Winger Matt Phillip is also out with a hamstring injury.

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