David Silva, entering his final season with the club, is a candidate alongside Kevin De Bruyne.
"That's what we need, everybody knows the level to get to this team, the competition is high".
Should two sides finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored, the head-to-head record between the two sides will now come into consideration before a playoff is required.
"But, at the same time, I spoke to the club 10 times (to say) I want people here to be happy".
"We want to provide our global fanbase with new, flexible ways to watch our content, so we're excited to be adding yet another option to our portfolio", said Nuria Tarre, chief marketing officer at City Football Group, the club's owners.
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Sane has been heavily linked with a move Bayern Munich after finding his game-time at City reduced during the second half of last season.
"I started in Belgium, the level is not the same as it is here [in England]".
Zabaleta, who was one of the finest full-backs in English football in his pomp, said, 'I will miss the Premier League a lot, for sure'.
"He knows, they all know, it's hard (to play regularly) because of the quality we have".
"I think they did really well and I'm happy to see that".
Perhaps the bookies think that City will be exclusively concentrating on the Champions League, trying to add that elusive trophy to their recent list of honours; whilst maybe Liverpool will prioritise the league title after a 30-year hiatus that has seen them go close, but still they have not won the Premier League.