The absence of two Manchester City players has been confirmed

English media confirmed the absence of two players from Manchester City’s squad for the Champions League quarter-final first leg match against Real Madrid.

The duo is Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake, both of whom are suffering from injuries and did not succeed in recovering in time to catch up with Real Madrid.

There are many doubts surrounding Joshko Gvardiol’s participation, and they increased after he did not participate in City’s training on Monday.

According to the latest reports, Ake and Walker will not travel to the Spanish capital, Madrid, to play the match, while Guardiol will travel in the hope that he will recover before the match…

The only good news for Pep Guardiola is the readiness of first-choice goalkeeper Ederson, but there are great opportunities for goalkeeper Stefan Ortega to continue protecting the English club against Real Madrid.

The Spanish coach had announced that he would think about the identity of the goalkeeper against Real Madrid, given that Ederson lacks match sensitivity after being away from the field for more than a month.

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