World News – GB – Every player who left Man City during Guardiola’s reign

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We look at what happened to the stars who left the Etihad under the Catalan

Manchester City were one of the biggest spenders in world football during the Pep Guardiola era

Indeed, since the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss took over from Manuel Pellegrini in 2016, City have spent more than £ 800million in an attempt to equip the Catalan with the ultimate Premier squad. League

Of course, one-way traffic is far from one-way at the Etihad stadium with several top players leaving the town of Guardiola for new pastures

Here we put these players in the spotlight, examining how they have performed since leaving City

The Montenegrin’s City career never really took off until he was sold to Inter Milan in 2016 after spending the previous season on loan to the Italians

Jovetic then spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Sevilla before moving to Monaco, where he suffered an injury for four to three years, managing just 29 Ligue 1 appearances for the Principality club in 2017/18 , 2018/19 and seasons 2019/20

The Argentina goalkeeper had arrived at £ 4million in Guardiola’s first summer before being loaned to Real Sociedad shortly after He then joined Sociedad on a permanent basis in January 2017 before settling down at Villarreal this year after a stint on loan at Montpellier

Largely Sociedad’s first choice, Rulli currently plays Sergio Asenjo’s second violin under Unai Emery in Villarreal

The veteran Argentina ended his three-year stay at City when he joined Espanyol in 2016 He spent a year with the Catalans and had a brief stint with Malaga before retiring in 2017

The Frenchman failed to make a first-team appearance at City, but after impressive spells at Girona and Eibar he was signed by Newcastle United in 2017

However, his time at Tyneside was marked by injuries and, falling out of favor under Steve Bruce, he joined Alaves on loan for the 2020/21 season.

A product of City’s youth academy, Iheanacho was sold to Leicester City for £ 25million in 2017

Despite his fees, the Nigerian struggled to find his place at King Power Stadium, making 28 league starts in his first three seasons with Jamie Vardy firmly established as the Foxes’ main shooter

Iheanacho has yet to score in the league this season, but he was on the right track with Leicester’s recent Europa League victory over Zorya Luhansk

Signed from Bursaspor in 2015, Unal spent his two seasons at City on loan at Genk, NAC Breda and FC Twente before leaving for Villarreal in 2017

The Turkish striker also spent much of his three years there on loan before joining Getafe this summer

The powerful Ivorian striker returned to Swansea City in 2017 after spending Guardiola’s first year at City on loan at Stoke City

Following Swansea’s relegation, Bony joined the Qatari Al-Arabi team on loan before joining Al-Ittihad, with whom he is under contract until 2021

Although he was never successful at City, Mooy became a key figure in Huddersfield Town, helping the Terriers secure a high profile promotion on loan before joining them in 2017.

The Australian midfielder could not save Huddersfield from relegation in 2019, however, but continued his Premier League career with Brighton & Hove Albion before joining Shanghai SIPG in August

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Nolito was sold to Seville after a lonely season with City failing to settle at the Etihad

The 16-time Spain international then spent three years at Sevilla before leaving the Europa League winners to join Celta Vigo – which City signed him to in 2016 – over the summer

A first-team regular under Pellegrini, Fernando only managed five league starts under Guardiola before moving to Galatasaray in 2017, helping them win back-to-back Super Lig titles before joining Sevilla

A two-time Premier League winner with City, Kolarov ended his seven years at the Etihad when he joined Roma in 2017

After three productive years in the Italian capital, the Serbian full-back joined Inter Milan on a one-year contract in September

Another player with two Premier League winners’ medals from his time at City, Nasri has been sold to Antalyaspor after spending the 2016/17 season on loan at Sevilla

However, his contract with the Turkish club was terminated in January 2018 before the Frenchman received a six-month ban from UEFA for breaking World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) rules in 2016

After serving his ban, he sought to revive his career at West Ham United but was released at the end of the 2018/19 season after making just six appearances

Sobrino is currently on the books at Valencia after spending two years at Alaves after leaving City

The Argentine returned to his home country in 2018 with River Plate after just one season with Hellas Verona

Navas joined Sevilla in 2017 after four years with City Since then he has been named club captain, had a training ground bearing his name and has lifted the Europa League for the third time Still going strong at 34

After six years at the club, Clichy has left for Istanbul Basaksehir, helping the Turkish side clinch their first-ever Super Lig title before leaving this summer

The Argentina goalkeeper is still at Chelsea after joining the Blues in 2017 The 39-year-old has come 38 times during his time at Stamford Bridge

The Frenchman left at the end of his contract in 2017 and retired last year after stints with Benevento and the Montreal Impact

Having failed to make it to Guardiola’s first team, Diaz joined Real Madrid for £ 15m in January 2019 The Spain winger also found regular opportunities hard to find at the Bernabeu, before joining AC Milan on loan for the current season

After an impressive loan spell at Norwich City, Gunn left for Southampton in 2018, but moved to Stoke City on loan earlier this month after losing his spot to Alex McCarthy

After spending four years on loan, Denayer left City permanently in 2018 when he moved to Lyon

The Belgium international remains a regular with Les Gones’ first team after helping Lyon beat City in the Champions League quarter-finals last season

The Spanish right-back joined Stuttgart in 2018 after three years on loan at Girona He spent the 2019/20 season on loan at Girona but moved to Huesca in September

Longtime City’s first-choice goalkeeper Hart was never a part of Guardiola’s plans and joined Burnley in 2018 after spending the previous two seasons on loan at Turin and West Ham

The Kosovar midfielder spent two years with Swansea City before joining Dijon in Ligue 1 in September

The Nigerian is on the books at Shakhtar Donetsk but is currently on loan to Sivasspor

City’s player of the year when they won the title in 2013/14, Touré ended his eight-year association with the club in 2018

Now 37, the Ivorian had brief stints with Olympiakos and Qingdao Huanghai before being spotted training with Leyton Orient in July

Danilo left for Juventus as part of the deal which saw Joao Cancelo join City, helping the Bianconeri seal their ninth consecutive Serie A title

After two years on loan at Girona, Aston Villa paid £ 15million for Luiz’s signing following his promotion to the Championship

Still just 22, the Brazilian has established himself as a key figure under Villa boss Dean Smith, scoring three goals in 36 league appearances in the 2019/20 campaign.

The versatile midfielder left to join Everton in 2019 but struggled for regular starts at Goodison Park

The 22-year-old has become a crucial player for Sporting Gijon, who are currently at the second tier of Spanish football

Although he failed to break through at City, Mari is highly regarded at Arsenal, whom he joined after leaving Flamengo in January 2020

The defender’s progress, however, was halted by a serious ankle injury sustained in Arsenal’s loss to City in June

A major flop at City, Mangala joined Valencia in 2019, before making eight appearances for Los Che in 2019/20

The legendary former City captain bids farewell to the Etihad after 11 years in 2019 leading the club to four Premier League titles

Kompany became the player-manager at Anderlecht, but then left his coaching duties to focus on the game

Then, in August, Kompany was appointed boss of Anderlecht on a four-year contract after hanging up the boots

One of Guardiola’s first signings at City, Sane left to join Bayern Munich for a first £ 447m after winning two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups at the Etihad

Sane has already scored two goals for the Champions League winners but faces stiff competition from Kingsley Coman and Douglas Costa for a regular starting spot under Hansi Flick

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A two-time league winner with City, Otamendi left to join Benfica this summer with record-signing Ruben Dias, moving to the Etihad on the Portuguese side

The Argentine had a shaky start for the Lisbon giants but kept his place under coach Jorge Jesus

Having shone on loan at Blackburn Rovers, the defender left late in the most recent window to join Fulham, making his Cottagers debut in the 1-1 draw with Sheffield United

The 23-year-old Spaniard joined Dinamo Bucharest after spending the last three seasons on loan at Girona and Mouscron

After three years as Ederson’s deputy, the Chilean veteran joined Real Betis on a one-year contract

Last but not least, Silva lifted the curtain on his brilliant 10-year stay at Manchester when his contract ended at the end of the 2019/20 season

Widely regarded as one of City’s greatest players, the Spanish playmaker joined Real Sociedad over the summer and helped the Basque side set the tone early in La Liga, winning two assists decisive in his recent victory against Huesca

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World news – GB – Every player who has left Man City during the reign of Guardiola


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