Brahim Diaz should sign new Manchester City deal or leave - Pep Guardiola

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'We are going to adapt to the rules': Pep Guardiola admits Fifa plan will change Manchester City's transfer policy

City and Chelsea are among the Premier League teams who will be most seriously impacted by the proposals that, from 2020, clubs will only be allowed to have between six and eight players loaned out to other clubs.

Federation Internationale de Football Association are planning to implement restrictions on the amount of youngsters clubs are allowed to loan out per season to between six and eight.

Pep Guardiola has told Brahim Diaz that he should leave if he does not want to play for Manchester City with his contract running down.

"They can not say we did [not do] absolutely everything to take care of them".

Victory for City would see them pull further clear of closest rivals Liverpool, who don't return to action until Sunday in the Merseyside derby. "For the young players to come through the academy, the next step is the first team".

City boss Pep Guardiola sung the praises of Aouar after this week's 2-2 draw in their Champions League tie.

Like Chelsea, they have also become successful at recruiting the best young players from all over the world and then selling them on for a substantial profit after loan spells.

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"There's no way Luiz comes back here to the second team". It is a signal we are working really well. "It would not help the young players in that way".

"It's not good, for me", said Guardiola. "It is hard to persuade them it might be better to spend a few more years playing in front of 10 people, but we are not the only club with this problem".

Meanwhile, Guardiola has spoken of the challenge French defender Benjamin Mendy faces to regain consistent fitness after undergoing knee surgery for the second successive season.

The France worldwide missed eight months last season and is partway through a three-month injury lay-off with a knee injury.

"I think he's a good professional". We don't lie to them, we tell them the truth about how complicated it is in some situations. These kind of guys are never injured.

"Since we arrived we have protected him, the same as we spoke with Jadon, the same as the case with Phil [Foden]. In two seasons it's a long time not playing for him".

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