Manchester City morning news: Fergie on City, Kompany frustrated

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

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has named City as one of the sides he hates losing to.

Fergie says it’s difficult to watch his old side put to the sword by their city rivals.

“I don't like losing to Liverpool and Manchester City last year, because they are your biggest rivals and the ones you always strive to defeat and are always in our way,” he told MUTV.

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has laid into Belgium’s accuracy against Bosnia.

Kompany slammed his side’s performance after they only managed a 1-1 draw.

“Next time, if we finish better, we will probably win a bit easier - It's a really hard away game this, believe me. And if you create good chances in a match like this, in the style that we did it, then that's important. It was an OK performance,” he told UEFA.

Reported Manchester City transfer target Dani Alves is thought to be demanding £250,000 per week in any move.

The Barcelona defender has already confirmed that his next move will be to English football, which has created speculation over which side could move for him.

City could afford him but Chelsea and Manchester United have also been linked.

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