Promising Spanish right-back...
Spanish right back Pablo Maffeo swapped Barcelona for Manchester to join City in July 2013 after beginning his youth career at Espanyol.
The Catalan side had already identified the defender’s early promise, and Maffeo made his league debut for Espanyol B in Segunda Division B at just 15 years of age, entering the fray as a late substitute against Constancia.
Although injury delayed his City debut, the Spanish youth international made the right back slot his own in a competitive U18 squad, and scored his first goal in a sky blue shirt against Bolton in November 2013.
Pablo has now progressed through to the EDS and will be looking to hold down a spot in the starting eleven for the remaining games of the season.
He signed a new three-year deal with the Club in January 2016 before joining Spanish side Girona on loan.
In an international set up littered with talent in all age groups, Pablo has represented his country at U15, U16 and U17 level. After impressing Pep Guardiola, Pablo was handed his senior debut for the club when he started the second leg of the Champions League play-off tie with Steaua Bucharest in August 2016.
He was promoted to the senior squad for the current campaign.