Kayky, Finley Burns and Oscar Bobb: Which Manchester City youngster will Pep Guardiola send to Doncaster Rovers in the EFL Trophy tonight

Like Cole Palmer, Liam Delap, James McAtee, Joshua Wilson-Esbrand and Romeo Lavia, Pep Guardiola could well appeal, but the depth of talent available to EDS manager Brian Barry-Murphy for the trip to Keepmoat Stadium is still significant with his side , burning a track at the top of Premier League 2.

Here’s a look at some young people who might be involved in Doncaster.

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Oscar Bobb from Manchester City (Photo: Michael Steele / Getty Images)

Recently signed a cool £ 9m. From the Brazilian outlet Fluminense, the teenager Рa Brazilian youth international Рfirst joined the first team on Friday, and involvement in Doncaster would serve as a gentle introduction to life in the City.

Finley Burns from Manchester City. (Image: Jan Kruger / Getty Images)

The exciting teenager was Fluminense’s youngest debutant and youngest Copa Libertadores goal scorer ever.

He arrives with exuberant recommendations from South America, but is not currently listed in City’s squad for the Premier League and Champions League.

Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City. (Image: Richard Heathcote / Getty Images)

Joined City as a scholar in the summer of 2020 after a long relationship with his hometown club FC Utrecht.

Van Saas has a calm presence in the goal and is very comfortable with the ball at his feet and has also consistently been a solid man for Holland in youth groups.

A local product, Manchester-born Shea, a commander-in-chief central defender, has come through that the academy’s age groups have started playing for the club as under 9s.

A committed midfielder with an excellent range of care, Charles was rewarded for his progress and signed as a researcher in July 2020.

Burns is a towering and strong defender and is seen as an influential figure at the heart of the defense of the EDS.

The teenager was an England U-18 national team player and signed his first professional contract with City in July 2020.

Bobb was described as a cultured attacking midfielder and joined the club as a scholar in July 2019 from the Norwegian side Vålerenga.

Oscar is a Norwegian youth international and moved to the EDS squad for 2020-21.

Hamilton, another Manchester-born product, is considered a skilled, dynamic midfielder who provides adaptability in being as comfortable out on the pitch as in a number 10 role.

He has developed through the Manchester City age groups since he came as one under nine and is a youth international in England.

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