An interesting point with Diaz, is now that he is in the structured training control of the 1st team squad, where day to day training is very much set by the training staff and where our mode of operation seems based on quick passing or defence cutting balls into space for speedy overlaps from Sane/Walker etc, is he getting enough time to even practise his dribbling techniques and, even if so, do they match our style of play? When we see City play now it's interesting that City's best efforts at beating opposition defences are sweeping attacks on the break or quick 1-2's or flicks and back heels against defences that have got everyone back; not a player attempting to dribble. Time and time again do we already see Aguero, Gundogan or Sterling dispossessed when they loose momentum and turn inside looking for their favoured foot etc. In the games I've seen Diaz excel at in the Academy, have been where he has been more central and started his run or dribble deeper, whilst his team mates dragged opposition players away. Yesterday he got stuck out wide and it was clear his dribbling looked stale and his alternative of knocking it past a player and beating him for pace is not there. Also a point to note is the most similar player to Diaz at the club is Patrick Roberts and Pep clearly isn't sure he can cut it here due to lack of pace and core physical strength.