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Phil Fodens Foot Injury Will Keep Him Out For The Next Three To Four Weeks According To Man City

After talking up about his regret at missing the Euro 2020 final, Phil Foden has announced to Sky Sports News that he will be absent for another three to four weeks.
Foden will miss the start of the Premier League season due to a foot injury, with City’s championship defence set to begin against Tottenham on Sunday – live on Sky Sports.
“Maybe, I’ll be able to play with him again and enjoy my football.”
[The foot] is still a little uncomfortable.
It was such a pity to have to do it so close to the Euro final, but I’m putting in a lot of effort in the gym.
“Hopefully it will go quickly and I will be able to come back on the field,” Foden told Sky Sports News.
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City, Sunday, August 15th, 4:00 p.m. Kick-off 4:30 p.m. Foden’s injury is expected to keep him out until September, and when he returns, the 21-year-old is looking forward to reuniting with new teammate Jack Grealish.
“We’re close; when I first moved to England, we got along swimmingly on and off the field.”
“I’m incredibly glad he’s signed here,” Foden said at a ‘Premier League Kicks’ event, a program that tries to inspire thousands of young people in local areas.
“On the ball, he’s fearless.”
He has the ability to influence a game on his own, so I believe he’s a really exceptional player and he’ll be vital for us.” Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Grealish says the British transfer record fee of PS100 million to bring him to Manchester City gives him even more confidence, and he believes he can play many various positions for the squad.
There won’t be a single XI for the entire year, I’m sure.
Everyone will have a role to play.
As incumbent champions, City will be the team to beat this season, but Foden believes they can maintain their championship despite a lot of clubs upgrading this summer.
“It’s incredibly hard to keep it after you’ve won it,” Foden said. “We’re going to be the team to beat this season.”
“With the guys we have, we’ll have to live up to it.”
When asked if City’s primary opponents are Chelsea or Liverpool, he replied, “I don’t really know, there are so many excellent clubs, that’s the excitement of the Premier League.”
Foden: I broke into tears over missing Euro final Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Foden says his foot is still’sore’ and expects to be out for another three to four weeks after explaining the misery of missing England’s encounter against Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
“I recall talking to the manager after I got hurt and just breaking down in tears – the sadness of being hurt,” Foden added.
Please use the Chrome browser to see this video. Liam Delap is looking forward to the upcoming season and hopes to play frequently for Manchester City under Pep Guardiola. “But I was just praying on the day that the team won, it’s just sad that we didn’t,” he says.
We have to be proud of what we accomplished; we made history by reaching the final, and it will only benefit us the next time we compete in a major tournament.
“It was wonderful to see how united everyone was in the locker room after the final.”
It was a memorable experience to share with the team.
Those Wembley experiences will only help us at the World Cup.”

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