12 February, 2018
Riyad Mahrez put in a transfer request to try to force through a transfer to the Etihad Stadium but after City refused to meet Leicester's valuation, the Algerian global spent a week away from the training ground. So far I can not say was so good but we have to wait for Vincent (Kompany) to lift the trophy.
Despite a second transfer request from the player in eight months, Leicester reportedly held out for a deal worth £80 million ($111 million, 90 million euros), with even City's cash-rich Abu Dhabi owners unwilling to go beyond £60 million.
Riyad Mahrez returned to Leicester City's training ground today for the first time in 11 days, ending his self-imposed exile.
Riyad Mahrez will only be allowed to leave Leicester City for a club outside the Premier League this summer if he reiterates his desire to leave the King Power Stadium at the end of the season, a source has told ESPN FC.
The game will have been made more hard, however, with the news that Foxes forward Shinji Okazaki is unavailable.
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"Delph and Foden can play in that position but they're injured so that's why I couldn't move a lot".
"My advice for the players is not to think how many games are left, just to look to the next one", Guardiola added.
Puel said: "The most important thing is that Riyad came back to the training session, to the game. If we are able to win the title it will be something special for us".
The Leicester forward had wanted to join Guardiola's team on deadline day of the transfer window, but the Foxes rejected their £65m bid.
"I wish he can come back as soon as possible and play, he's an extraordinary player and everyone enjoys watching the better players".
It is not yet known if his decision to report for training puts him in contention to feature for the first time since 20 January.