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Pablo Zabaleta to leave Manchester City

17 May 2017

Punters hoping to use a free bet might fancy City to make a strong finish to their campaign and they are next in action against West Brom on Tuesday and conclude their Premier League season against Watford on Sunday.

Zabaleta is expected to make his final home appearance for City against Albion, and Guardiola wants a happy ending to the full-back's story.

Since Zabaleta's arrival from Espanyol, City has come out of the shadow of cross-town rival Manchester United, to the extent that it regularly finishes ahead of United in the English Premier League.

"Most games the difference is one or two goals maximum but they are the most consistent and they deserve to win the title for that".

Guardiola joined City on a three-year contract in July after leaving Bayern Munich, and still has the full backing of club owner Sheikh Mansour and chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on the departing Pablo Zabaleta: "His impact here was awesome".

On Saturday, as he was making his way along the touchline toward the dressing room after the final whistle, Wenger gave a wave to Arsenal's visiting supporters and they roared their approval.

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"Of course, with the players who were a long time here, it's so important because with Pablo it's how he teaches the new generation and the people who are coming from behind".

When asked if Rodriguez could play in the Premier League, Guardiola said: "Yes".

Guardiola believes City need more players with Zabaleta's commitment if they are to succeed in the future.

"Here they gave me a second chance and we will try to do it", he said.

"What we've got to do now is try to get something from these two away games".

"Every club is run different and every club you pick up is in a different state, and I can't talk about other club's situations". We used to play with 10 men for five minutes a game at one stage because he was always getting treatment! There's been times throughout the season when I felt we deserved more but didn't get any luck. "At the end of his contract, we will look at the offers he has", added Seluk.

"But when we played against those teams, the gap was not too big and we are going to shorten it next season".