The cash injected Premier League club Manchester City is not expected to make any huge signings in this transfer window with more players probably finding their way out of the club than arrivals actually entering a squad that is already filled with stars on almost every position.

Manchester City has already showed what they are capable of doing with the squad available at the moment for them. Bayern Munich faced off against the team of Manuel Pellegrini and the Germans took a surprising loss as City played in what might have been their best form in this season so far.

Even though the victory did not mean pretty much anything as Bayern Munich still concluded the Champions League group stages at the top of the group and Manchester City followed them closely behind, the victory still meant something much more valuable for them as Pellegrini demonstrated just what they are capable of doing.

John Guidetti is a 21 years old forward who has no chance on being feature on the main squad of Manchester City as they are already packed with players in the attacking department of the club and because of this reason he was offloaded to Feyenoord on a deal that saw the youngster playing 23 matches for the Dutch club.

His time at Feyernoord was well spent as he impressed everyone by scoring 20 goals in 23 matches and attracted the interest of West Ham and Stoke City as both clubs are trying to make their way on signing him either it may be a loan deal or a more permanent move.

Joleon Lescott is another player that is looking for his way out of Manchester City and even willing to take a pay cut on his €90,000 a week wages in order to allow Tottenham on making a loan move for the defender.

Lescott is not one of the preferred options of Manuel Pellegrini in his starting lineup which has seen the Englishman having less and less time on the playing grounds and with the 2014 World Cup coming up, he will need to secure playing time anyway he can in order for Roy Hodgson to even consider bringing him along for the ride.