Manchester City players have wound up their treble celebrations. Now the majority of City players are all heading off for international duty.
The Daily Mail has reported that the Manchester City players called up for international duty, have all started to assemble at their various international camps.
Man City’s Nathan Ake is applauded by the Netherlands squad as he arrives for international duty 👏🇳🇱pic.twitter.com/4Vfg9adYSz
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Manchester City’s English contingent of Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, John Stones, Kyle Walker and Kalvin Phillips have all left to join the England camp.
Manchester City’s five players selected by England are expected to join up with the rest of the national squad at St George’s Park this evening – less than 24 hours after the historic open top bus tour to celebrate winning the treble…pic.twitter.com/aNNN2J1p2g
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 13, 2023
At the end of such a long and testing season, the football doesn’t stop for City’s stars.
Pep Guardiola expressed his concerns over the workload of the players post the Champions League final.
The amount of games expected to be played by the modern player each year seems to grow.
One player who won’t feature in the upcoming internationals is Kevin De Bruyne. De Bruyne injured his hamstring early in the Champions League final.
Kevin De Bruyne may have a late start to next season. That depends on the severity of the hamstring injury he picked in the Champions League final.
Most of the City stars are expected to line up for their countries this weekend depending on their physical condition.
As the football never stops, the City players performances will be something to keep a eye on over the summer.