According to the "Daily Mail" news, Manchester City are open to Sabaletta's return to the club after retiring last week.
Sabaletta played for 9 seasons at the Etihad Stadium. He retired from West Ham United and ended his 18-year career. Manchester City are thought to welcome the return of the Argentine if he decides to pursue another career outside of the game.
Players like Vieira and Lescott, before they start a new chapter, they already have the opportunity to investigate the different business areas of the Manchester City football team.
Vieira studied administration for a period of time at the Manchester City club’s training base before becoming a coach. The former France international moved to Manchester City’s sister club New York City, where he coached for two years before joining Nice in 2018.
At the same time, Lescott is currently in charge of the player loan department at Manchester City. He plays a key role in Manchester City's structure because a large number of young talents temporarily leave to join other teams on the European continent.
Lescott works with his football partner and Halkin, and they regularly support players who are on loan.