Here are your Manchester City morning headlines on Thursday, April 2.
Redknapp backs Kane to replace Aguero
Harry Redknapp believes that Harry Kane would be the perfect replacement for Sergio Aguero at Manchester City should he decide to leave Tottenham Hotspur.
Kane cast doubt over his future at Spurs earlier this week when he said that he would not stay at the club for the ‘sake of it’.
Discussing Kane’s future on Sky Sports News, Redknapp said: "Listen, Harry is an ambitious boy. He's a fantastic professional, a great lad, he wants to play and he wants to win things," Redknapp told Sky Sports.
"They [Tottenham] need surgery in the summer, but are they going to be spending any money? Is anyone going to be spending money now in the next year or two and going for big transfers? He'll be looking at that and thinking 'hang on'.
"And what a player he would be for one of those top clubs. I don't want to see him leave Tottenham and nor do Tottenham fans, but what a centre-forward he would be for Man City for instance with Aguero coming to the end."
De Bruyne speaks out about Sancho’s ‘crazy’ rise at Dortmund
Kevin De Bruyne has spoken out about former teammate Jadon Sancho’s miraculous rise since leaving City, describing his ascent at Borussia Dortmund as ‘crazy’.
Sancho joined City from Watford in 2015 but left for the Bundesliga just two years later in search of regular first-team football.
Speaking on Instagram Live, De Bruyne said: "[He] is crazy. It's weird, I trained a few times with him and he was gone - unbelievable.
"Sometimes it goes like this but it is good for him. Now if you want him, you have to pay! I don't want to know!"
City stars keeping in contact on Houseparty, admits Walker
Kyle Walker has revealed that City’s players are remaining in contact by using social media app Houseparty during their time at home.
“We have jumped on HouseParty a few times and kind of got the banter going,” Walker told Manchester City’s website .
“You have got the group chat that is always going off on some sort of madness. I think it is about mainly keeping the brain active.
“Obviously, keeping yourselves active where, us as footballers, we have been provided with the gym equipment that Manchester City have given us and the bike and the programmes that we have carried out to make sure we are fine when we start the season, fingers crossed, again.
"It is important that you have a laugh with your mates. Obviously, we are in isolation, but we are still lucky enough to have the internet and everything like that so let’s use it to our advantage as much as we can.”