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Kyle Walker joins Man City

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Kyle Walker has become one of the most expensive defenders ever after joining Manchester City from Tottenham for an initial £45million.

The full-back, 27, could eventually cost City as much as £50million, with an additional £5million heading Spurs' way in add-ons if various clauses are met.

The full-back regions looked to be obvious areas of need for City boss Pep Guardiola in the transfer window and Walker is the first to arrive for an eye-watering sum. Spurs are notoriously tough negotiators and, after City missed out on Dani Alves to Paris St Germain, the north London club's hand was strengthened in the discussions. Walker has cost far more than Alves did when he moved to Barcelona in 2008 for a fee that eventually reached around £30million.


Mourinho questions Sergio Aguero after Fellaini red card

Jose Mourinho has questioned the actions of Manchester City's Sergio Aguero after Marouane Fellaini was sent off during last night's Manchester derby.

The Argentinian forward fell to the ground after a supposed headbutt from the Belgian midfielder. Fellaini had been booked for a rash challenge just seconds earlier, but received a straight red card from referee Martin Atkinson after the incident with Aguero.

The game flared up the later stages after Fellaini was shown a red card Credit: PA Images

United managed to hold on with ten men to earn a goalless draw. United manager Jose Mourinho spoke about the incident in his post-match press conference.

I saw Aguero in the tunnel and no broken nose, no broken head, his face is nice as always. I'm not so sure, I think if Sergio doesn't go the floor, for sure it's not a red card.

– Jose Mourinho

Meanwhile City manager Pep Guardiola refused to criticise United's style of play.

City enjoyed much of the possession, especially in what became a one-sided second half. The Etihad Stadium briefly erupted in the dying stages of the game when substitute Gabriel Jesus headed past De Gea. However United were saved by the linesman's flag.

Gabriel Jesus wheels away in celebration before realising the goal had been ruled out Credit: PA Images

The former Barcelona manager was left to bemoan missed chances to win the game.

We made absolutely everything, not just in the last three, four, six, seven minutes with ten against eleven. We tried but it was not enough again,

– Pep Guardiola

The draw leaves both sides with work to do to claim a top four finish.

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