A round up of news stories this morning about Manchester City.
Michael Owen has his say on Brendan Rodgers leaving a number of first-team regulars out of Liverpool’s starting line-up against Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Tottenham are linked with signing Teo Gutierrez.
Middlesbrough fans took to Twitter on Tuesday night to have their say on Patrick Bamford's performance in the 4-0 home win over Norwich City.
The two women allegedly murdered by a British banker in Hong Kong have been confirmed as Indonesian nationals who were in the Chinese territory on temporary visas.
China’s internet giant Alibaba released its first earnings report as a public company on Tuesday, announcing strong growth alongside a big hit to profits from stock awards made during its record-breaking share sale.
Nick Clegg was forced to appoint an extra minister from the House of Lords and to ask another minister from the House of Commons to take on two jobs in a mini-reshuffle as Liberal Democrat MPs spurned frontbench jobs to concentrate on the looming general election fight.
SoundCloud has signed its first deal with a record company in what marks a significant move for the world’s second biggest streaming music service after YouTube.
Bank of England staff have described the 320-year-old institution as slow-moving, hierarchical and dogged by internal politics, according to a survey commissioned by governor Mark Carney.
The notoriously white collection of emoji characters are about to be diversified.
This summer, Massimo Cellino picked out Kieran Agard as a player he wanted to sign for Leeds United - only to cancel the deal.
Vincent Ralph looks back on the first episode of the new series of BBC One's The Apprentice.
Reports in Spain suggest that Barcelona ignored the advice of their medical staff in order to sign Thomas Vermaelen from Arsenal.