I think Sanchez and then Messi have been key moments for how City do business, and rightly so. As a club we have no interest in being used as a bank, as a name to throw around for someone looking for a better deal, or any of the other shit we've had the piss taken out of by agents, chairmen, and players, over the years. We've got the best facilities, best manager, and best team in the world. If you come to play for us you'll get rewarded, if you get your head down and play your role in the team you'll be a much better player, if you do well for us you'll get trophies and the latter stages of the CL and a pay rise to go with it, and if you work really, really hard you'll be a club legend with a statue.Yep agree, don't think he's done at all. This is a common occurence with him to start off slowly, but when he hits a run of form it generally lasts the rest of the season.
But like i said, the ship has sailed. People blame City, but the Kane's knew what was needed and they didn't deliver the required pressure from their end to get the deal over the line. It is what it is, the only time i can remember us going back in for a play is maybe Mahrez and possibly Messi.