Raheem Sterling’s guidance for Phil Foden is making headlines this weekend, alongside Pep Guardiola, who has been praised by one of Europe’s best goal scorers.

Twenty-five-year-old Sterling has revealed how he has given Foden the benefit of his experience when it comes to dealing with the pressures of social media.

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Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski has explained what he learned from working with Guardiola at Bayern Munich and elsewhere, Fabian Delph has recalled the impact Mikel Arteta had on his City career.

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“I see Phil reading the comments on his Instagram or Twitter posts and I say: ‘Leave it Phil!’.

“Because it’s always the same - at first the world starts to talk about you in a good way, everyone talks of how wonderful you are during let’s say one year, one year and half.

“And then there’s going to be a moment where you become the worst. That’s what I try to make Phil understand.”

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“I learned a lot from Pep. “We spoke a lot about tactics and for me that was something new.

“I knew that if I could play for Guardiola with his mind and his ideas – about tactics, about strikers – that it would be good for me.”

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“Mikel was incredible for me. He was the reason why I stayed in the team as long as I did. I owe everything to him.

"He was fantastic with me, always very honest. In my first year at City, I had been hit and miss with injuries. I didn't play as much as I liked and had the opportunity to go.

"Mikel said 'I don't want you to leave. I feel there is a spot here. The way we want to play is different to what a lot of people have seen but you are very capable of doing it'.

"We worked on it a few times in training and I decided to stay. Everything he said came true."