“We want a squad that is able and has the capability and quality to win the Premier League, compete and win the Champions League, compete and be able to go all the way in two cup competitions in England.
“I think you will see some changes. You will see some players who have served us well and maybe it is time for them to move to their next challenge.”
The words of Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak on Thursday as he suggested that a clear-out is needed at the Etihad Stadium to help them compete for major honours again next season.
The question is, who will survive City’s trophyless 2014-15 campaign?
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Willy Caballero – The 33-year-old goalkeeper, a free transfer from Malaga in the summer of 2014, made only seven starts in all competitions last season but is an able deputy to Joe Hart. Verdict: STAY
Joe Hart – Caballero’s arrival prompted questions over Hart’s future at Eastlands, but it only served to help England’s number one rediscover his best form and he remains key for City going forward. Verdict: STAY