Guardiola: I've not delivered the goods at Manchester City

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On a return to his old club, Grimaldo said: "I don't close the door to anyone, especially a club like Barcelona, for whom I only have to thank for the academy years I've been there". I'm out. If it is Barcelona and Bayern, you don't win and you are out.

After Saturday's victory over Leicester - and well done to the referee for spotting Mahrez's double-kick penalty by the way - it's looking virtually guaranteed that City will finish top three.

With Champions League qualification still not secured either with City just three points ahead of Arsenal in fourth place, the Spaniard believes he would have been sacked if he was at his previous clubs.

Midfielder Fernandinho told reporters after Tuesday's 3-1 win over West Bromwich Albion: "He's a top player".

"I remember at that time [Sir Alex] Ferguson and the 'noisy neighbours, ' and this is something that I have been since that time!"

He's such a committed player and always gives 100-per-cent to the cause - just look at how many stitches he's had in various wounds over the past nine years.

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West Brom will be without some key players tonight. "If what happens next season is not going well, I'll have one more year of contract and, if it's not going well, they are going to change the manager", he said.

"I've been so lucky to play alongside great players.it was an absolute privilege. At the end of the season we will speak about this". I never saw one player in my life go to the pitch and not try to win the game. "I would be pleased if we seal that spot", Zabaleta said.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring his side's first goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Sunderland at the Emirates Stadium in London, Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

Manchester City moved back into third place and nearly guaranteed Champions League qualification thanks to a 3-1 home victory against West Bromwich Albion yesterday at the Etihad Stadium.

West Brom are without defender Gareth McAuley, whose run of 38 straight Premier League and Cup matches is set to end after the Nothern Irishman suffered a knee injury in the loss to Chelsea on Friday.

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