Manchester City will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways as their host Wycombe Wanderers in their first match of the Carabao Cup tonight. City, who are the defending champions of the cup, failed to beat Southampton on Saturday in their Premier League action.
Pep Guardiola will give an opportunity to young players in their Carabao Cup clash. One of them will be Cole Palmer. He is one of City's most talented young players. Born in Wythenhshawe, Manchester on May 6, 2002, he has been with City from the start of his football career.
He began with the Citizens at under-8 level before progressing through the academy all the way to captain the U18’s in the 2019/20 season, where he played a pivotal role leading the side to league and cup glory.
Palmer should get more opportunities in the City squad moving forward including the possibility to be subbed on in huge games in Europe. The club are clearly keen to continue exploring where he can fit in the squad as a midfield-attacking option.
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