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Manchester City Reveal 27-Man Squad For International Champions Cup

manchester city 600x440 Manchester City Reveal 27 Man Squad For International Champions Cup

Premier League champions Manchester City have revealed its 28-man squad for the 2014 International Champions Cup, where the English side will play at least 3 matches across the United States this summer.

Among the stars featured that will feature in the second-annual tournament are Yaya Toure David Silva, Edin Dzeko and Joe Hart, as well as new signings Fernando and Willy Caballero.

As part of the club’s first participation in the Guinness International Champions Cup, Manchester City will face A.C. Milan on July 27 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Liverpool at Yankee Stadium in New York on July 30 and Olympiacos on August 2 at TCF Bank Field in Minneapolis.

The tournament final will be played on August 4 at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium.

Tickets are still available for Manchester City’s Guinness International Champions Cup matches at www.InternationalChampionsCup.com

Here’s Manchester City’s squad for the International Champions Cup:

Goalkeepers: Joe Hart, Willy Caballero, Richard Wright, Ian Lawlor

Defenders: Micah Richards, Matthias Bossaerts, Jason Denayer, Karim Rekik, Matija Nastasic, Dedryck Boyata, Gael Clichy, Aleksandar Kolarov

Midfielders: Fernando, Samir Nasri, Scott Sinclair, Javi Garcia, Emyr Huws, Jack Rodwell, Bruno Zuculini, James Milner,, David Silva, Jesus Navas, Yaya Toure

Forwards: John Guidetti, Kelechi Ihenacho, Stevan Jovetic, Edin Dzeko.

Unfortunately, Alvaro Negredo had to pull out of the squad at the last minute after suffering a broken foot in a friendly.

It’s quite possible that Manchester City may sign a player or two that will join the club on the tour. City is reportedly close to signing Eliaqium Mangala from FC Porto.


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