“I would like to do apologize to the team and all City’s fans. No doubts it is completely on me. It is going to be a very good lesson and the only what can I promise you that I am going to work harder than ever before,” he stated on his Instagram page.
Manchester City played against Tottenham in London on February 2. After Zinchenko was removed from the field, Tottenham was able to score two goals and secured the victory.
As we reported earlier Turkey's MKE Ankaragücü has agreed with Dynamo Kyiv FC on the transfer of Luxembourg striker Gerson Rodrigues, L'essentiel informed.
Ankaragücü will be leasing forward for six months. Rodriguez will spend the rest of the season in Turkey, after which he will return to Dynamo. The lease does not include the right of redemption.
Gerson Rodrigues became a Dynamo Kyiv player in the summer of 2019, moving from Japan's Júbilo Iwata. The native of Portugal played eight matches, in which he scored two goals.