Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Manchester City break £500 million revenue barrier in record year

Manchester City break £500 million revenue barrier in record year

Sterling and City's hierarchy spent much of last season in contract negotiations before the player, whose current deal expires in 2020, put them on hold, preferring to concentrate on England's World Cup campaign.

The worldwide break is over and it's back to the Etihad Stadium for Manchester City with a second consecutive league game at the home of the Premier League champions. "In football mistakes exist, but I really care about our quantity of mistakes".

"He is progressing well", said Guardiola.

Guardiola is expecting a hard afternoon as unbeaten City resume their title defence following the worldwide break against the promoted Cottagers, who have collected four points in their last two games.

"Pep Guardiola sees things before they happen and that's an advantage - a massive plus", Silva said.

They trail Liverpool, Watford and Chelsea, though, after the trio picked up a maximum 12 points before the global break. "Liverpool and Chelsea have, United seem to be having some issues".

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Regarded as one of City's all-time greats, Silva won the club's Player's Player of the Year award in 2011-12 and the overall award in 2016-17. Two seasons ago Pep Guardiola was being thought how to play in the Premier League.

Silva's contract at Etihad Stadium expires in two years' time - when he will be 35 - and the midfielder is open-minded about where his long-term future lies.

The victory keeps defending champion City within two points of early leaders Liverpool and Chelsea, which both maintained flawless starts to the season. I know you all remain ambitious and so do I.

"My teams are going to try to play how I want", he said to Jorge Valdano on Universo Valdano.

"It depends on how I feel physically".

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