Manchester City forward meets new coach, Guardiola

Although Iheanacho would have probably met Guardiola in private, the duo was publicly seen together for the first time on Sunday.

Kelechi Iheanacho and Pep Guardiola

Guardiola will next season manage City having signed for the Premier League club after three years at Bayern Munich.

Iheanacho and Guardiola were seen together on stage at 'Cityzens weekend' as the club unveiled their new kit ahead of next season.

Manchester City stick with their traditional blue colour with a darker feel to it.

According to City, the new strip incorporates cutting-edge Nike AeroSwift technology and is befitting of Guardiola’s ‘renowned attention to detail’.

The new shirt, the club says is designed to enhance mobility, reduce weight and remove the distractions that hamper performance.

Alongside Iheanacho, players from the youth sides and women's team were also at the unveiling.

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