Date: 21st December 2016 at 9:08am
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Manchester City fans have hit out after the club revealed detailed plans to develop the Etihad and have accused the club of losing touch with ‘proper fans’ over the development of a luxury hospitality suite that will include season tickets starting from around £7,500.

The Manchester Evening News report that last week MCFC revealed detailed changes to the Colin Bell Stand that will include a glass players tunnel and state-of-the-art changing room facilities. Understandably there are quite a few Blues who have voiced their opinion, details of which are included within the papers report.

The same news outlet say Yaya Toure is still hoping he can stay at Manchester City long enough to realise his ‘dream’ of making them bigger than neighbours Manchester United. The M.E.N report Yaya as saying…

‘I came to this club to make history – I want this club to change, I want this club to be bigger than United. I know it’s going to be a lot of work, but that’s my dream.

‘I have been lucky to play at big clubs – Barcelona, Olympiakos. Those teams were always used to being champions. But City, it was something different, something is changing and I am happy now. Every single year we are always involved in the title race.’

Former City striker, Carlos Tevez makes The Telegraph when they report that the Argentinean waved goodbye to Boca Juniors earlier this week, but rather than retire in his native country, as planned he’s now had his head turned with a massive £615.000-per-week deal in China. The world has truly gone bonkers!

Leroy Sane ‘can kick on’ at Manchester City says a fellow teammate. The Mail online explains that Raheem Sterling has nothing but high praise for the former Schalke star.

‘For him, not starting at the beginning of the season does not help but he’s getting back into it now and I’m really happy for him,’ Sterling said of the 20-year-old, who struggled with a hamstring problem in August.

Sterling goes on to say that Leroy is basically and in his opinion, ‘the dogs dangly bits.

Manchester United vs Manchester City Stateside derby in the pipeline with both set to tour there next summer

That’s one of the headlines The Mirror is running with.

They continue to say…

The rivals were meant to meet last July in China but weather and pitch conditions forced a late cancellation ? and now the clubs could play their first derby on foreign soil in North America during the pre-season.

And finally…

European football league is ‘inevitable’ as Prem giants Manchester United, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham eye breakaway

The Sun believes a breakaway European football league with a salary cap for players is inevitable for leading Premier League clubs to prevent them facing ‘catastrophic’ financial implications, according to a new report into the sport’s finances.

The article explains, the best way they can about the current Sky and BT Sport TV deal and how rocketing wages currently outstrip the amount of money being earned through TV and sponsorship money.

Until the next time!

Come on CITY!

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