- Manchester City arrived at Goodison Park, where they will train on Wednesday
- Pep Guardiola’s side will complete their preparations at the home of Everton
- They take on Liverpool in the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday
- Kevin de Bruyne, Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus were all snapped arriving
Manchester City have arrived at Goodison Park as they prepare to complete their preparations for Wednesday night’s mouth-watering Champions League clash against Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola’s side arrived at the stadium, in which they thrashed Everton 3-1 last weekend in the Premier League, at 10am before taking on Liverpool across Stanley Park in their quarter-final first leg.
City stars Kevin de Bruyne, Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus among others will take part in a light session ahead of the highly-anticipated showdown at Anfield.
Manchester City have arrived at Goodison Park as they train before playing Liverpool
Leroy Sane was among the group leaving the team bus and walking into the Everton’s ground
Raheem Sterling looked focused as the former Liverpool man prepares to take on his old team
Manager Pep Guardiola looked in good spirits as the Spaniard prepares for the huge game
The City squad looked to be in good spirits as they made their way from the team bus into the stadium.
Jesus even stopped to sign autographs for some supporters who had waited to see the City squad make their way into Goodison.
Guardiola also appeared relaxed and was seen smiling as he hopped of the bus as the Spaniard plots a way into the Champions League semi-finals.
Gabriel Jesus stopped to sign autographs for supporters who had waited to see them arrive
The City squad looked to be in good spirits as they made their way from the team bus
Sane also engaged with some local fans as the German prepares to face Liverpool at Anfield
City arrived at 10am before taking on Liverpool across Stanley Park later on Wednesday
One player who could not be seen arriving on Wednesday morning was Argentine striker Sergio Aguero, who will miss the first leg through injury.
Guardiola confirmed he will play no part due to an ongoing knee problem but hinted Aguero could return in time to face rivals Manchester United in the potential Premier League title-winning game at the weekend.
City and Liverpool renew their fierce rivalry in European competition after a pair of thrilling domestic fixtures so far this season.
City thrashed the Reds 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium in September, before Jurgen Klopp’s side became the first — and so far only — team to beat Guardiola’s side in the 2017-18 Premier League with a thrilling 4-3 victory on home soil in January.