Pep Guardiola gives Kyle Walker injury update and disagrees with Bernardo Silva over Man City talk

Pep Guardiola is yet to decide whether Kyle Walker will start for Manchester City against Real Madrid on Wednesday night but revealed his captain will be part of the squad for the Champions League quarter-final second leg.

Walker has been determined to be available for some part of the clash with Real, having played a key role in nullifying Vinicius Junior last season, especially in the 4-0 win at the Etihad, but he hasn't played since picking up a muscle injury on international duty in March.

The 33-year-old was back on the bench for the 5-1 win against Luton Town on Saturday. He didn't come on against the Hatters and Guardiola said he was still feeling some discomfort, but he has trained recently and will do so again on the eve of the return game with Real.

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"Kyle trains good, he feels something but he feels good in his face and his mood. I don't know from the beginning or the bench but I think he will be with us tomorrow," said Guardiola.

"Today we have the last session and we will decide. Of course [Kyle] Walker is important. The attributes and quality of Kyle everyone knows it, he is special.

"You know the physicality is massively important and in football it is how you challenge your opponent. Everyone knows what Kyle has but he was not in the Bernabeu and all the guys were exceptional because in the Bernabeu we had a big problem because Nathan wasn't there, Josko was last minute, Kyle wasn't there so we had big problem.

"Today we are in a better position to switch some players and make some adjustments in case we need it. It's important that Kyle and Nathan feel good. After, we will decide."

The City boss cooled talk of a second successive treble, instead pointing to the dangers that lie ahead against Real Madrid and in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.

Bernardo Silva had spoken before Guardiola in the press conference ahead of the quarter-final second leg and said back-to-back Trebles would cement City's "legacy".

"I am not going to say don't feel this to my players but I have a different opinion. We are far away from those hypothetical dreams," he said.

"When we are in the final of the FA Cup and two or three games and in the final of the Champions League I will start to think about that but you say how strong Chelsea are and what is a few points difference with six games to play.

"When I was a few points behind I said we had to do our job. It is the same feeling now. It's like when we drew against Arsenal and the computer said we had no chance and now we have a chance - I don't know if the computer can play left-back or right-back - but we just have to go one game at a time.

"I started to think of the Treble last season when we beat United in the FA Cup final. The success for me this season is that we are still there after winning the Treble and are four or five weeks away and still in contention. Chapeau. Extend the chance one more week, one more week. This is what we try to do tomorrow and Saturday."