It appears Phil Foden could influence his Manchester City debut this evening against Feyenoord in the Champions League.
The 17-year-old phenom rose to unmistakable quality amid pre-season after Pep Guardiola named him in the traveling party to the States. He played in the Manchester derby, and inspired the City camp.
In any case, he shot to popularity following his heroics for England on under-17 level.
Furthermore, with City as of now securing their spot in the following round of the Champions League, Guardiola is relied upon to ring the progressions.
As well as the capable midfielder, Brahim Diaz is additionally in line to include for City.
In front of the conflict with the Dutch outfit, Guardiola itemized his way to deal with the two maturing stars.
“I said in pre-season those guys will train with us all season,” the Spanish boss said in his pre-match presser.
“They have to have the quality to train with us. It’s not just to have fun or be gentle. They are there because they have a chance to play.
“From what I saw of him and Brahim in pre-season, the training, in the World Cup, they are ready. Otherwise they would not be training every day with us.
“Now if they play or don’t play depends on my decision. But they have to be ready because sometimes the manager makes surprises!
“We believe the World Cup is perfect for his next step. Of course, playing the quarter-final, semi-final, final, is better than training or playing in the second team or playing 15 or 20 minutes with us.
Guardiola included: “We have to protect them, though. We cannot expect Phil and Brahim to go out there and be important players to win titles. They have to join us and help us. It’s all steps”
Hopefully Foden wears the sky blue of City, this evening.