Guardiola's got some rebuilding to do, here are five players surplus to requirements...
Aymeric Laporte is out for four months. John Stones will miss at least one. What will Pep Guardiola do?
"Pep Guardiola has got two little brothers playing at centre-back. They have got no help."
Our favourite transfer trope returns as proof that Eden Hazard is staying. And West Ham want a Man City cast-off.
Pep accepted the handball given against his side, but fans and pundits were less convinced. The law needs clearing up.
Plenty from Man City, a couple from Liverpool and Man United, a Toon icon and more.
Only Messi escapes Ossie's wrath. "From world champion to the worst team in Argentina history..."
And we couldn't pick a Man United player, which is weird. Still, Big Jan rules...
One Man United player. One Liverpool player. Three(!) Tottenham players. And a Nicolas Otamendi.
Spurs have had the equivalent of almost 27 matches added to their workload compared to Chelsea.
Romelu Lukaku is "very strong" and "technically good". But one player is just as good, apparently.
Can Lallana assume Coutinho’s mantle? Will Liverpool's front three force City to drop off? Intriguing...
"Even when he makes mistakes it doesn't matter," says Pep Guardiola of one of his centre-backs...
If the transfer window had closed before the start of the season, these would have never happened.
Hands up who thought Phil Jones would have started every game of Man United's season so far?
Ever wondered what England, France, Spain and Brazil's most expensive XIs are? No? Well this is awkward.
Mourinho moans but Spurs have more players with over 4,000 minutes this season. Poor Pogba, though.
Daniel Sturridge, Luke Shaw...there are some high-profile players facing crunch time...
The more they spend, the worse that defence gets. Stones is still learning, Otamendi is a lost cause...
Arsenal want Insigne and are scouting Diop, Otamendi to Real Madrid again, Sissoko to Milan...
"Who wouldn't like to play at Real Madrid? It's the biggest club in the world."
Brilliant from Manchester City, but still let down by their flaws. Oh yeah, and the bloody ref...
Eight different teams are represented, but not poor Man United. What is the best PL XI of 2016?
City boss Guardiola says new signing John Stones is fit and raring to go ahead of their Premier League opener.
One player from the 17 clubs who stayed up are looking over their shoulders nervously. Poor Jack.
West Ham are pushing for their own fairytale. Jack WIlshere and Manuel Pellegrini meanwhile, aren't...
A positive result for Manchester City in Paris, but a supreme attack is still being let down by the defence
Otamendi's injury "wasn't that serious" and he hopes to face Utd. Or it's Demichelis and Mangala.
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