"If Leicester do lose their 6'4" central defender, then they will reportedly turn their attention to Brighton's Lewis Dunk.
"I think everyone knows Riyad has the ability to play at the highest level, so I understand his disappointment, definitely". I am impressed with my players for their professional attitude'.
"I think Riyad will be not available for the Saturday game against Manchester City", said Puel.
"The first half started good with the first goal, but after we were not in right positions to play quicker", Guardiola told reporters.
Guardiola was furious after his side's 2-0 fourth-round win on 28 January when Sane suffered ankle ligament damage from a terrible Joe Bennett tackle.
Neville, while speaking on Sky Sports, described Guardiola's decision to just bring six subs to the game as a "joke" considering the dazzling stars City have in their youth ranks.More news: Indian PM Modi makes historic visit to Palestine
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Puel had said on Thursday that Mahrez would not play at the Etihad Stadium but named him on the bench and brought him on with almost half an hour to play, although it was to no avail as the Foxes were heavily beaten.
After recording the superb victory over Leicester, City's players were all smiles in and around the centre circle as they congratulated each other with hugs and handshakes.
From there, however, City took the control to which they have become accustomed this season, especially at home.
"I have been a part of the Leicester City team that has achieved much success including promotion to the Premier League and being champions of the League".
But Guardiola will not get carried away yet, adamant they will only be admired in future if they win the titles they deserve.
The Spanish striker has a hamstring injury, but Conte said that he didn't know when he would be back, and speculated that it could take the rest of the season to get him fit. To do so, we look to our experts to help us provide daily content for our readers, engage with fans via social media (Facebook and Twitter), and edit user content in order to create a universally enjoyable user experience.
He is not just a player who treats football like work, he enjoys the pitch, to stay after training sessions. Sometimes a break is good, and you come back strong.