A round up of news stories this morning related to Manchester City.
The paper claims that Roma, AC Milan, Inter Milan and two clubs from Spain have all enquired about his services.
Arsenal and Liverpool are also reportedly interested in giving him the chance to stay in the Premier League.
The Daily Mirror has reported that the reason Vincent Kompany was recently dropped from the first team was because of a row with a teammate.
The paper claims that the Belgian argued with Fernandinho during half-time of the game against Liverpool.
City lost the game against Brendan Rodgers’ side 2-1.
Manchester City owned Scott Sinclair has been quoted by the Daily Star as enjoying life at Aston Villa.
Sinclair is on loan with Tim Sherwood’s side for the rest of the season and has commented after experiencing more playing time with Villa than he enjoyed at City.
He’s already made a difference for the Midlands club, scoring in their FA Cup win against West Brom last weekend.
“My last start back at Manchester City was over a year ago. For me it is all about playing games and when I do that I've just got to perform,” he said.