Manchester City are without the banned Fernandinho for Tuesday's final Champions League Group C game against Celtic at the Etihad.
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CELTIC’s Champions League trip to Manchester City tonight is Brendan Rodgers’ first competitive match on English soil since he was axed as Liverpool manager in October 2015.
Brendan Rodgers says he is happy at Celtic and is not thinking about returning to English football any time soon.
Brendan Rodgers wants to manager Celtic for as long as possible and is not using the club as a "stepping stone".
Brendan Rodgers is confident Moussa Dembele’s head will not be turned by the praise heaped upon him by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola ahead of Celtic’s final Champions League fixture of the season at the Etihad Stadium tonight.
By the time Uefa get round to settling the invoices from this season’s Champions League, Celtic can expect to collect in the region of £30 million from their campaign which reaches its conclusion in Manchester tonight.
Pep Guardiola has dismissed concerns about Manchester City’s form by suggesting they have played better at times than his Barcelona or Bayern Munich teams.