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Barca v City: Open training report

SPOTTED: Sergio picks out our photographer.

SPOTTED: Sergio picks out our photographer.

City have no fresh injury issues ahead of the Barcelona game.

The squad held an open training session in the bright East Manchester sunshine on Tuesday morning with the trip to face Barcelona in the Nou Camp looming on the horizon.

Vincent Kompany showed no reaction to his late cameo appearance against Everton so only Fabian Delph and Bacary Sagna are currently sidelined with injury.

Nolito will be pushing for a start against his former club having scored on his 30th birthday against Everton at the weekend - his fifth goal of the campaign.

Leroy Sane and Ilkay Gundogan, who both arrived at City with injuries sustained at their previous clubs, continue to build up towards peak fitness having both added more valuable match minutes under their built. Kevin De Bruyne also looked sharp after his weekend exertions.

Pablo Zabaleta and Aleks Kolarov will also hope to feature against Barca having been rested at the weekend.

For supporters travelling to Barcelona, information for this match is available here.

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It's one of the most anticipated ties of the season and Pep Guardiola will know all about the threat the Catalans pose.