John Stones has undeservedly been the scapegoat of the Manchester City backline since he signed last summer. Against Liverpool, Stones displayed leadership and composure that City desperately need.
Kyle Walker is the first full-back brought in by Manchester City this summer in a £50 million transfer. City still need three more.
Manchester City's partnership with Girona FC will allow City's youth players to develop in a more competitive environment with the benefits of guaranteed playing time and a familiar tactical system.
Manchester City's £12 million sale of Enes Ünal to Villareal, with a buyback clause included, will greatly benefit every party involved.
Bernardo Silva, a natural heir to David Silva in the midfield, is headed to Manchester City, while 5 important City players who are out of contract have left.