Monday morning’s column inches are devoted to up and coming talents as stories circulate linking City with a move for a Peruvian teenager.

Fresh from making his competitive debut, Tommy Doyle’s future is also up for discussion, while Jurgen Klopp has spoken after City’s late win over Southampton.

Gossip

Sport Witness: Manager confirms Manchester City ‘are in talks’ for player

Writes Sean Lunt: “Allianza Lima manager César Torres has confirmed the club are in talks with Manchester City over youngster Kluiverth Aguilar.

“The 16-year-old was first linked with a move to the Etihad back in June, with reports claiming they were interested in his signature.

“Then, earlier this month their interest was pushed once again, with website Depor making it clear he was a player Manchester City were keen on.

“Speaking to Fútbol Como Cancha, he admitted Allianza Lima ‘are in talks’ with Manchester City about a move for Aguilar ‘but there is nothing signed yet’.

“The manager did not go into the details of the potential move, but the fact that Manchester City are pursuing a deal cannot be denied.”

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TEAMtalk: Highly-rated City starlet set to sign long-term deal

“Manchester City’s latest academy starlet Tommy Doyle is set to pen a new long-term contract with the club, TEAMtalk can reveal.

“His current contract ties him to the Etihad until 2021 – but we understand City are due to hand him a chunky payrise as well as a new long-term arrangement to reflect on his progress.”

From the managers

Goal: Klopp claims he did not bother to check City score after Liverpool's late win at Villa

“I never thought for a second about the Man City game and the Aston Villa game together. I was never thinking, 'We should win there because maybe we could lose next week'.

“I didn't even ask about other Premier League results after our game. It's not important. We play Genk and then we play Man City.”