Manchester City have touched down in Canada to begin their tour that will take them from Toronto to Houston to New York as they showcase their game in their annual season-ending friendlies.
Fresh off of a win against Southhampton at the Etihad on Sunday, Manuel Pellegrini and his squad flew 8 hours over the Atlantic to begin the season-ending tour.
City will face off with Toronto FC on May 27 before boarding another plane to Texas to play against Houston Dynamo on May 28.
The Blues will then travel to New York to watch an MLS match featuring New York City FC and Houston Dynamo.
While the post-season tour squad consists mostly of academy players, some of City’s most prominent players have also chosen to join, including Yaya Toure and Wilfried Bony.
Many other big names on City’s roster are undergoing treatment or re-joining their national teams now that the Premier League season has come to an end.
Most notably, Sergio Aguero, Martin Demichelis, and Pablo Zabaleta have chosen to join their Argentina team as they will play in the Copa America this summer.
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