CITY FACE GOALKEEPER CRISIS AHEAD OF THEIR GAME AGAINST LEICESTER
Manchester City are currently facing a problem at the moment following the latest developments about their Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson Moares. Pep Guardiola and his men will take on Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City side this weekend in their next English Premier League fixture and its a match that they're looking forward to winning by all means as they want to try as much as possible to start picking up maximum points as the season proceeds. Pep Guardiola is currently facing a huge blow about his team selection ahead of the crunch tie against Leicester City at the weekend as he could be without the services of his first-choice goalkeeper Ederson and second-choice Zack Steffen.
As a result, a lot of Brazil's first-team stars in the league including Fred (Manchester United), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Fabinho (Liverpool), Alisson (Liverpool), Firmino (Liverpool), and Ederson (Manchester City) were not allowed to travel to Brazil and I'm response to that, the Brazilian Football Association sent a letter to the Premier League demanding that none of their players participate in any league game this weekend until after five days of isolation. City's second goalkeeper Steffen is out with Covid-19, meaning that they may have to call on their third keeper for this weekend's match.