Guardiola can make Man City signing Sane a world beater
Leroy Sane's future is in safe hands with Pep Guardiola.
That's the view of the German national team manager, Joachim Low, who believes Guardiola's long-term plan will give the summer signing the best chance of successfully reaching his potential.
Sane joined City in the summer from Schalke after a breakthrough campaign in the Bundesliga, and the player took to Instagram to address criticism over the move to the Etihad Stadium.
An injury has restricted the 20-year-old to five appearances for the blues after making his debut in the 2-1 victory over United at Old Trafford.
But Low is... read more
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