Manchester City train before the Tottenham Champions League collision as they try to overthrow the deficit on the first leg
- Manchester City hosts Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday evening
- Stadspoor Spur 1-0 after a first defeat quarter final defeat on April 9
- The side of Pep Guardiola remains an unprecedented four-fold pursuit this season
After the Premier League title defense was kept on track the Sunday, attention for Manchester City returned to the Champions League.
City host Tottenham in the second leg of their quarter-final clash on Wednesday night, seeking to overthrow a 1-0 deficit.
And before that match, city driver Pep Guardiola had his side on the training field.
Manchester City stars trained on Monday for the confrontation with Tottenham
City trained at home for the last quarter-final team in the Champions League
The attacking duo Kevin De Bruyne (left) and Leroy Sane were among the advanced
Bernando Silva was spit in the face with a drink from the Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus
Jesus was in a jovial mood as he waved at the cameras while he went to the training field
The likes of Gabriel Jesus and Riyad Mahrez were present during the session, just like Leroy Sane.
Kevin De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Bernando Silva and David Silva also trained – with the midfield quartet competing for starting roles on Wednesday-evening.
In the run-up to the game, City has been given a boost with news that Captain Vincent Kompany will stay at the club next season.
The Belgian international is a free agent this summer but has revealed that he will stay in the Etihad Stadium.
Phil Foden hopes to play a match against Tottenham on Wednesday evening
Riyad Mahrez started the first stage and hopes he can have a greater impact on Etihad
Ilkay Gundogan receives a piggy-back from City Kitman Michael Clitheroe during the training
& # 39; Oh yes, I'm playing next season & # 39 ;, he told talkSPORT.
I am now part of the family, so we will treat this situation as a family.
& # 39; We may agree or disagree, but it will not change any relationship between me and the club.
& # 39; But it is not a priority now, a guarantee is that I will play and want to win more trophies. & # 39;
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has expressed his wish to stay in the club