Manchester City train ahead of Tottenham Champions League clash as they look to overturn first-leg deficit
- Manchester City host Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday night
- City trail Spurs 1-0 following a first-leg quarter-final defeat on April 9
- Pep Guardiola’s side are still pursuing an unprecedented quadruple this season
After keeping their Premier League title defence on track on Sunday, attentions for Manchester City have turned back on to the Champions League.
City host Tottenham in the second leg of their quarter-final clash on Wednesday night, looking to overturn a 1-0 deficit.
And ahead of that match, City boss Pep Guardiola had his side back out on the training pitch.
Manchester City stars were back out training on Monday ahead of their clash with Tottenham
City were training ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg at home
Influential attacking duo Kevin De Bruyne (left) and Leroy Sane were among those who trained
Bernando Silva was squirted in the face with a drink by Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus
Jesus was in a jovial mood as he waved to the cameras as he made his way to the training pitch
The likes of Gabriel Jesus and Riyad Mahrez were present during the session as was Leroy Sane.
Kevin De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Bernando Silva and David Silva also trained – with the midfield quartet all vying for starting roles on Wednesday night.
Ahead of the match, City have been handed a boost with news that captain Vincent Kompany is set to stay at the club next season.
The Belgium international is a free agent this summer but has revealed that he will remain at the Etihad Stadium.
Phil Foden will be hoping to play a part against Tottenham on Wednesday night
Riyad Mahrez started the first leg and will be hoping he can have a bigger impact at the Etihad
Ilkay Gundogan receives a piggy back off City kitman Michael Clitheroe during training
‘Oh yeah, I’ll be playing next season,’ he told talkSPORT.
I’m part of the family now, so we’ll deal with this situation as a family.
‘We might agree or disagree but it won’t change any of the relationships between me and the club.
‘But it’s not a priority right now, one guarantee is that I will be playing and trying to win more trophies.’
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has revealed his desire to remain at the club