Grealish, De Bruyne, Ederson - Latest Man City injury news and return dates for FA Cup final

Manchester City are looking to complete a double after being crowned Premier League champions on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola's side held off the challenge from Arsenal, after the North London club took the title-race down to the final day. Thanks to the brilliance of Phil Foden, a nervy start was eradicated after his thunderbolt opened the scoring inside five minutes.

He doubled his tally for the afternoon 16 minutes later as the reigning champions raced into a two-goal lead. By that time, Everton took an unlikely lead at the Emirates Stadium through Idrissa Gueye.

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While their advantage was short-lived, after Takehiro Tomiyasu's equaliser three minutes later, Mohammed Kudus halved the deficit in Manchester to make for a tense second-half.

But Rodri found the back of the net for the eighth time in the English top-flight, restoring the two-goal cushion, and securing a fourth successive Premier League crown. Next Saturday, they will lockhorns with rivals Manchester United as they look to deny Erik ten Hag's path for FA Cup revenge.

The Red Devils suffered defeat in last season's showpiece and the underfire Dutchman will be hoping to put it right and earn a second piece of silverware in charge at Old Trafford.

Here are the latest injury concerns...


Injury: Fractured eye socket.

Ederson is set to miss the remainder of City's season after a collision with Tottenham defender Cristian Romero. He played on for several minutes before eventually being replaced by Stefan Ortega.

Status: Injured

Expected return date: Next season.

Kevin De Bruyne

Injury: Ankle.

Kevin de Bruyne started for Manchester City as they overcame the challenge of West Ham United in David Moyes' final match. Concerns emerged after the Belgian continued against Tottenham Hotspur, despite discomfort in his foot, before being sacrificed in the second-half. But he shrugged off the issue to help City to a fourth straight title.

Status: Returned

Nathan Ake

Injury: Unspecified.

He suffered an injury during the win over Fulham earlier this month, where he was substituted in the first half. The defender was part of the matchday squad against Spurs just a few days later, where he was an unused substitute. But he returned from the bench against West Ham to shore up the backline.

Status: Returned.

Jack Grealish

Jack Grealish was an unused substitute in the title-securing win over the Hammers. He had been a concern having missed the 4-0 win over Fulham earlier this month due to illness.

The forward was part of the matchday squad against Spurs on Tuesday night but was an unused substitute.

Status: Returned.