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The debate over Raheem Sterling's improvement isn't an interesting one. What does intrigue is what's different about Man City in 2017-18.
David Moyes insists he is in no hurry to sell any of his misfiring strikers amid reports West Ham are open to offers for Javier Hernandez.
The prospect of dealing a regular source of goals to perceived rivals is cringeworthy, but Arsenal's real issue would be restocking their attack.
Tyrone Mings has revealed the extent of the racist abuse he regularly receives on social media.
United may always be considered Liverpool's traditional enemy in Manchester but it's increasingly clear that City are set to be their team to beat.
Man City have Pep Guardiola, as well as their form and trophy prospects, but Man United have the money and ambition to ensure this saga continues.