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“Not feasible” The 2017 Man City player who was deemed “better” than Declan Rice had to leave, according to Pep Guardiola.

One of the former Manchester City players’ reasons for having to leave the team has been revealed by Pep Guardiola.

Numerous players have entered and exited City since the Spaniard was named manager back in 2016.

Currently leading the Blues for his eighth season, the 53-year-old has revealed some behind-the-scenes information about why a certain former City player was let go.

Why a former City player had to leave is revealed by Guardiola

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In his most recent press conference, which was held in advance of tomorrow’s encounter with Aston Villa, Guardiola discussed the reasons behind Douglas Luiz’s departure from the team rather than his inclusion in the senior squad.

He stated: “It was not possible for him to be with us due to a [lack of] work permit. He had to take action, so he moved to Girona [on loan], and now that he’s settled in well at Villa, I’m glad for him.


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When the midfielder from Vasco De Gama was just 19 years old, City signed him to a five-year contract during the summer transfer window of 2017.

The Brazilian was sold to Villa in the 2019 summer transfer window for £15 million after going on loan to Girona for two years.

Since then, the midfield player—who Jermaine Pennant had compared to Declan Rice in December—has made 194 appearances for Unai Emery’s team in all competitions, tallying 24 assists and scoring 22 goals.

The fact that the 25-year-old has appeared in every game that Villa has played in this season across all competitions shows just how crucial a player he is for his current team.

Now that Guardiola has explained why Luiz was unable to stay at City and expressed his happiness that the midfielder is now a vital member of Villa’s team, it is clear how the midfielder’s bad time playing for City ultimately turned out well.

It will be interesting to watch how the Brazil international performs against the team that brought him to England in the first place when they play tomorrow.

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