Manchester City will be without their star striker Erling Haaland for today’s trip to Luton Town, according to reports.
The news comes as a blow to the City fans as they were hoping Haaland would help them return to winning ways – having drawn their last four games.
However, The Athletic are stating City will be without the Norweigan international for this afternoon’s clash with Luton.
Speaking about the clash Pep Guardiola said: ‘What they demand of us, they didn’t demand of our friends — at all.
‘There is only one team that is going to ‘fail’ to win the Premier League, that is us. For the rest, (winning) it is a big success. Any team.
‘In the end, if they don’t win — Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, everyone — it is normal because City should win. It is unfair. It is difficult to handle that every week, every three days, for years and years.’
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Manchester City will be without their star striker Erling Haaland for today’s trip to Luton Town