Manchester City morning news: £200 million move, Ramsey could feature Saturday

A round up of news stories about Manchester City this morning.

Manchester City will start training at a new £200 million complex next month.

The transition started during the international break and will enable the Premier League champions to enjoy state of the art facilities.

The complex includes 17 training pitches, a 7,000 seated stadium and accommodation facilities.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is upbeat over his ankle injury ahead of the weekend game against Manchester City.

The Welshman is arguably the biggest threat to City ahead of the game, but he may not feature after picking up a problem against Andorra earlier this week.

“The pitch was very hard, there was no give in it, and I rolled my ankle a little bit. I could feel it, but hopefully it will be nothing and I'll be available for Saturday,” said Ramsey.

Sergio Aguero continues preparations for the match against Arsenal after returning from the international break.

The striker is in line to start the game against the Gunners this weekend.

He played just one for Argentina during the break, as he scored in a 4-2 win against world champions Germany.

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