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Manchester City Injuries and Team News: Latest Updates on Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, and More


The Premier League champions are set to be de-throned this season by Jurgen Klopp’s Red Army. Liverpool have stormed the league this year with Pep Gradual conceding defeat before the beginning of 2020. Manchester City have looked a shadow of their former selves this season suffering surprise defeats including a 3-2 loss to now bottom of the table Norwich.

Guardiola has bemoaned injuries this season, but with an enviable budget, it’s hard to feel sorry for the Spaniard. In saying that, when key players are missing from the first team it can make such a difference.

Keep up to date with all of Manchester City’s injured or suspended players here on our dedicated page.

Manchester City’s next match is the re-arranged match against West Ham and will take place on 19/02/2020.


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Latest Manchester City Injury News

Player Issue Potential Return
Leroy Sane Knee injury 01/03/2020
Raheem Sterling Hamstring 26/02/2020
Benjamin Mendy Other 19/02/2020

Manchester City Suspensions

Oleksandr Zinchenko: Return Date 22/02/2020

The Ukrainian International is serving a two-match ban following a double caution in City’s 2-0 loss to Spurs. He will miss out on the re-arranged match against West Ham, and the following league game with Leicester/

Manchester City – Next Five Fixtures

19th Feb 2020: Manchester City vs West Ham – Premier League

22nd Feb 2020: Leicester vs Manchester City –  Premier League

26th Feb 2020: Real Madrid vs Manchester City– Premier League

1st March 2020: Aston Villa vs Manchester City – EFL Cup Final

4th March 2020: Sheffield United vs Manchester United – FA Cup fifth round

Manchester City Injuries and Team News

Leroy Sane

Injury: Knee (ACL)

Potential return: 29/02/2020

The German youngster who played a key part in City’s league win last season has been sidelined this campaign. It was in the early stages of the Community Shield win over Liverpool at Wembley that Sane’s right knee gave way damaging the anterior cruciate ligament. His speed and creativity has been missed and despite his absence, he has been attracting attention from other clubs, most notably Bayern Munich. Pep Guardiola has rubbished claims he is will to sell and has announced Sane returned to training in December. We could, therefore, see him make his return in the EFL Cup final on the 1st March.

Raheem Sterling

Injury: Hamstring

Potential return: 26/02/2020

The England International suffered muscle damage to his left hamstring and was set to spend up to eight weeks on the sidelines. He has been instrumental for the Citizens this campaign and is a big loss for Pep. In saying that, rumours have been circulating that the injury isn’t as bad as first feared. Reports indicate that the 25-year-old will pass a fitness test and be ready to take on Real Madrid in the Champions League. If he makes it, he will boost City’s chances of getting the better of the Spanish giants.

Benjamin Mendy

Injury: Other

Potential return: 19/02/2020

It’s his lack of fitness and match sharpness that has been ruling the Frenchman out of late. He came back from a lengthy lay-off recently and hasn’t quite been able to step up to the levels needed just yet. He is expected to come back into the team soon and could make an appearance against West Ham on the 19th of February.