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Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini continues to offer no guarantees that goalkeeper Joe Hart will return to his side in the near future.
Hart's performance for England in midweek caught Pellegrini's eye but the Chilean has consistently fended off questions about his own team.
He said: "I don't know. We will see tomorrow the starting 11.
"It was very important for him to play with England. It was an important game for England against Germany, it is a good test.
"I think he did very well."
The spotlight was on Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart at Wembley tonight, dropped by his club manager Manuel Pellegrini and restored to first team action by Roy Hodgson against stellar opposition.
After England's narrow defeat, Steven Gerrard told Gabriel Clarke he felt Joe Hart was England's best player.
Defender Phil Jagielka said: "I've backed Joe all the time, all the players have backed Joe all the time.
"He's been in for some criticism, some of it a little bit harsh.
"But Joe's a big boy and that's the only way he can prove his critics wrong by making some fantastic saves.
Jagielka's defensive partner Chris Smalling added: "I think he did very well tonight.
"He produced a couple of really good saves and bailed me out at one of the corners as well. I think he was terrific tonight."
Andros Townsend, who hit the post in the second half for England, added to the praise.
The Tottenham winger said: "He made a great save from the corner before the one they scored.
"He's been fantastic and hopefully he continues that form."
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Spanish daily Marca are reporting that Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is Manchester City's main target for next summer.
The Spanish international will run down his contract at the Camp Nou in order to leave on a free, with both Monaco and the Premier League side hoping to acquire his services.
It is reported that Valdes will choose which team offers the most money in terms of wages once his deal expires, but he could also be swayed by their respective success this season.
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