- Manchester City players have been banned from using their phones in training
- City manager Pep Guardiola stated that any player caught will be punished
- The Citizens are currently occupying fourth position on the EPL standings
Players of Premier League champions Manchester City have been banned by their coach Pep Guardiola from using their mobile phones in all working spaces in training.
The former Barcelona gaffer wants his wards to maintain the defense of their Premier League title this term.
According to the report by Dailymail, all Manchester City players are not allowed to use their devices in analysis sessions, team meetings, the gym and training pitches.
The report also stated that any Manchester City players caught doing this will be fined as Pep Guardiola also frown at late arrival in training.
This season, Benjamin Mendy has already been fined for his lateness to training, and German star Leroy Sane was also dropped in Manchester City's win against Newcastle United.
After four games played this season in the Premier League, Manchester City are currently occupying fourth position on the standings with 10 points.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Premier League champions Manchester City are reportedly ready to challenge Spanish club Real Madrid for the signing of Tottenham star Harry Kane.
Real Madrid want the Englishman to replace Cristiano Ronaldo who has joined Juventus and the Citizens are ready to challenge Los Blancos for his signature.
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