Manchester City youngster Foden destined for greatness, says former coach

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So this is the first choice XI we've gone for, but who really knows right now? We're happy. Victor [Lindelof], too, you can see his quality straight away. One of their 15 draws came last season but was at Turf Moor, which also witnessed 10 of their 11 league wins for the season.

"And I think we're going to reach that level as a football team in the next couple of years".

The 35-year-old free agent, who scored 28 goals for the club last season, is battling back to fitness after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury in April, though, and Mourinho insisted there is no rush to get a deal done.

"City have the squad, all the players, if he can not get the team over the line serious questions will be asked".

Glenn Murray is the only current Brighton player to have scored against Manchester City.

"We decided last season we could change the team to make the team younger for the next four or five years". He has done so for three clubs, including for the Seagulls in the League Cup in 2008 - the last time the two sides met. I'm going to be fearless and say the game will finish 4-0.

Mourinho has an impressive record in his second seasons at clubs, winning the title in both spells at Chelsea, as well as at Porto, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

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Jamie Vardy then struck twice, either side of a Danny Welbeck equaliser, as the 2015-16 champions looked for a first league win over Arsenal since 1983 - b ut it was not to be.

"Arsenal and Everton are in the Europa League and they have to play Thursdays".

"The group of players this season are going to stay here for a long time".

Likewise the new world's most expensive goalkeeper Ederson is likely to be Guardiola's number one this season after the Claudio Bravo disaster.

"It's simple, in every game he is stronger since he joined us", Wenger said. 'The biggest worry is Manchester City and that's the problem.

"But I don't want him to go and in the end he made a decision to stay and it was one of the days of recent weeks for me because I know how important he is". But do I feel sorry for Chelsea because they don't have enough players?

"There is no relation between others or a guarantee because I always do, but I just think naturally a manger in the second season knows the club and players better".

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