City may be waiting for the Premier League title after losing to Chelsea, but it’s still just a matter of time.
Pep Guardiola’s men will have the title wrapped up soon, and deservedly so having been outstanding since the end of November.
The end of the season is in sight, and that means that fans and pundits are discussing who should be in the Team of the Year.
Gary Neville had his say on Monday Night Football, and couldn’t help himself as four Manchester United players – Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford all made the cut.
City had the most representation in the team though as five stars were in Neville’s best XI for this season.
Right back Kyle Walker and centre back Ruben Dias, as well as midfield trio Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden, were all included.
Ederson may feel a little aggrieved that Edouard Mendy pipped him to the goalkeeping spot, whilst Harry Kane joined Mendy as the only non-Manchester-based players in the team.
Neville went even further, picking Dias as Player of the Year, Guardiola as Manager of the Year and Phil Foden as Young Player of the Year as City’s excellence earned praise from the former Red Devil.
Maybe he wishes he supported City instead?