Brighton's Solly March celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal.
City will be without Mendy and Ilkay Gundogan for the match at promoted side Brighton on Saturday, but Guardiola said they were close to returning from injury.
Unfortunately, however, not everyone can try the beta, which is reserved for select PS4 and Xbox One owners.
"It started with Real Madrid and Ronaldo going for £80 million and then Bale for £85 million and everything went more expensive".
Chelsea looked a settled side last season, but Conte knows that there is a bull's-eye on his back and he has repeatedly requested the Chelsea board to help him shore up his team; pleas which have fallen on deaf ears.
The big summer transfer headline belongs to Neymar and his record-breaking £198m move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.
"Of course, for the next three, four years, Manchester City is going to buy one, two players (each window)".
"I am happy with the effort the club did", the 54-year-old Portuguese said. "But that spurs us even more, everybody writing us off already, so I hope we can prove them wrong". I rate him really highly - he was a brilliant component in the team and gave Conte adaptability. Only one of the last eight teams debuting in the Premier League has lost their opening home match (Bournemouth in 2015).
Bosnia is just one of 105 nations outside the British Isles who have supplied players to the Premier League in its 25-year history.
Aguero has scored against 29 of his 30 previous Premier League opponents, with Bolton the only exception.
"In the last 20 years, average house prices immediately outside some of the country's top clubs have seen rises that far outstrip the country as a whole, with some areas also benefiting from the associated infrastructure improvements that come with clubs moving to new stadiums". Even after a disappointing third-place finish on his return to Chelsea, he went on to conquer the league in the second season.
"Six players were out of contract". The so-called "Premier League premium" English clubs are paying can go both ways - and there is no reason why they should not hold out for similarly huge fees.
For context, the Sporting intelligence website reported that Watford's 50 million-pound summer spending is more than four times that of every Scottish club combined. "The big fail now takes one week in football!"
The trio give United a new spine to the team, though it remains to be seen if Lindelof, who has yet to get up to speed in pre-season, starts with Eric Bailly. "People say in my first press conference we are favourites".