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Transfer Rater: Aguero to Atletico Madrid

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 By Chris Wright

Man City's new Amazon show: 10 things learned from 'All or Nothing' trailer

This week saw the release of the first trailer for Amazon's upcoming intimate behind-the-scenes documentary about life living and working under the Pep Guardiola revolution at Man City.

"All or Nothing: Manchester City" follows the club for the entirety of the 2017-18 season, taking in a record-breaking Premier League title and Champions League heartbreak along the way.

Having viewed the first 30 seconds of footage available, The Toe Poke thought it would assess what we're able to glean from this...

Yaya Toure still has something to offer a Premier League club despite turning 35

Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany thank Manchester City as Premier League champions celebrate the title with a parade.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he made a mistake in selling Yaya Toure during his time in charge of Barcelona.
Man City's Leroy Sane pays tribute to the departing Yaya Toure, and tells Jonathan Smith the Premier League will be harder to win next season.

Yaya Toure has been one of the greatest midfielders of the Premier League era, and the Ivorian insists he can still perform in England.

The Ivory Coast international turned 35 on the final day of the season and has already said his goodbyes to Manchester City, where he spent eight trophy-laden years winning three titles, three League Cups and an FA Cup. But even the manner of his departure suggests that Toure still has plenty left to offer and why Premier League clubs should be looking at taking...

 By David Mooney

Fernandinho, Fabian Delph head Manchester City's list of unsung heroes

ESPN's Manchester City correspondent Jonathan Smith shares his view on a season where Manchester City finished champions 19 points ahead of Manchester United.

There's been no shortage of praise for Manchester City's leading stars this season. The stunning attacking performances week after week have been under the spotlight for months, as Pep Guardiola's side has set about dismantling pretty much every opponent they've faced in the Premier League, breaking record after record along the way.

However, while the headlines have gone to players like Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling and David Silva, others have slipped under the radar in what has...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer lookahead: Who stays and who goes in Premier League's elite clubs?

The season is over, but the transfer business is only just beginning for the Premier League's top clubs. ESPN FC's club correspondents discuss who will be in the firing line in the summer window.

MAN CITY (Jonathan Smith)

Rough budget: £50 million. Pep Guardiola expects to sign only two players in the summer, and the focus will be on quality rather than quantity -- people who can add to an already stellar squad. But the team could recoup much of their outlay with sales.

Whom should the...

Man City Report Card: Guardiola's City slickers storm Premier League

ESPN's Manchester City correspondent Jonathan Smith shares his view on a season where Manchester City finished champions 19 points ahead of Manchester United.
Manchester City players and staff paraded through the streets in three buses to celebrate the team's Premier League and League Cup titles.
The 2017-18 Premier League campaign blessed us with some unforgettable goals. Here are the top 10, as chosen by ESPN FC.
The ESPN FC guys break down how Manchester City's 100-point season compares with Arsenal's 2003-04 unbeaten side.
With the top-four race complete, Steve Nicol explains what Man United, Tottenham, and Liverpool will need to keep up with Man City next season.

Manchester City enjoyed a stunning, record-breaking Premier League campaign. Now, the focus must be on replicating that in the Champions League.

Here's a look back at Pep Guardiola's impressive season ...

School report: Grade A

Guardiola's second season has been nothing short of extraordinary. Manchester City were by far and away the best team in the Premier League and, in a season that started with six clubs genuinely believing they could challenge for the title, it was impressive just how quickly...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League: Manchester City top of the class, Chelsea and Arsenal flop

ESPN's Manchester City correspondent Jonathan Smith shares his view on a season where Manchester City finished champions 19 points ahead of Manchester United.
ESPN's Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson gives his view on the club's second-place finish to rivals Manchester City.
ESPN's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatirck shares his thoughts on a season where Mauricio Pochettino secured Champions League football during their spell at Wembley.
ESPN's Glenn Price reviews Liverpool's season in which Mohamed Salah won the golden boot with the club also making the Champions League Final.
ESPN's Chelsea correspondent Liam Twomey shares his thoughts on the club's frustrating season where they missed out on a Champions League spot.
ESPN's Arsenal correspondent Mattias Karen talks through Arsene Wenger's last season in charge of the club which ended without any silverware.

The Premier League season is over, and it's fair to say some teams fared better than others.

Manchester City wiped the floor with everyone as Manchester United's title challenge fell flat and champions Chelsea finished outside the top four.

And what of Arsenal? It was a miserable end to Arsene Wenger's 22-year career at the club, with no trophy and a second successive season without Champions League football.

ESPN FC's club correspondents run the rule over their team's campaign, providing a grade,...