City are understood to be ready to sign long-term target Alexis Sanchez in January for around £20million but Arsenal will hope to bring Sterling or Monaco's Thomas Lemar to the club as his replacement.
Guardiola said of Kompany: "He had a little problem in his calf".
USA steps up Qatar crisis diplomacy, lauds Kuwait's mediation
Sheikh Sabah claimed that the Qatari government was ready to discuss a list of 13 demands from its Arab neighbors. This is while analysts have touted the Qatar crisis as the fallout of Trump's visit to Riyadh in early June.
Whatever the case may be, the most important thing for Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal fans is to see the Chile worldwide perform to the best of his ability while he is still a Gunner and the former Man United and England defender Rio Ferdinand has advised Alexis that he must do that if he is going to get any joy from his remaining time in north London, reports Metro.
'They talked to me and I said "no chance. zero chance".
"I trust a lot in him as a 22-year-old English player".
LTE Apple Watch battery life offers just one hour of call time
While developers had access to beta versions of the new software since WWDC, Apple didn't make it part of the public beta program. There is also elevated heart rate detection which alerts you when you are at rest but your heartbeat is up.
The 28-year-old Chile forward is out of contract at the end of the season but Guardiola was coy when asked if City would reactivate their interest in him in one of the next two transfer windows. I don't know what will happen in the winter time. "I wouldn't have wanted to play for a reason like this, an injury to a team-mate, but you always have to be prepared".
'If there is any negativity or you think that he's giving anything less than 100%, the players will sniff it and they will wean that guy out'. We try to make an offer, they accepted but in the end they could not sign the player they wanted to sign.
"Manchester City, what I know is they agree about that".
Hurricane Irma sucks water from beaches in Bahamas
An eerie video posted on Twitter by resident Kaydi_K shows a completely deserted Long Island beach missing several feet of water. While some have speculated the disappearing water could indicate an incoming tsunami, that's not the case here.
"Hopefully we can fix it so all the other clubs in Europe finish at the same time".