The 19-year-old played in only four matches for Pep Guardiola's side this season, but none of his appearances came in the Premier League or Champions League.
Foden, meanwhile, has played just 91 minutes of Premier League football this season - he has the likes of Raheem Sterling, David Silva, Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne in front of him - and has a fight on his hands to gain a regular first-team spot.
"And after, maybe the managers in the Premier League will have more courage to put them [in the team]".
"I never did. If Liverpool want to play quick, we want to play quicker".
"And after, I have said many times, their families, agents, they decide what is the best for the guy". Always we try to put water (on the pitch) but it's not necessary here with the weather.
"We thank Jamie for his assistance in the situation, who I am sure did not expect his day to pan out such as it did when he flew from NI that morning!" "If you want to stay, stay".
Guardiola said about the assertion on the Anfield Wrap podcast: "I'm not the greenkeeper". We want to cut the field so it's better conditions for both teams. Phil made a decision to stay.
Goal line technology is also being used, a week after the Gills had a goal ruled out against Southend United which they felt had crossed the line. Real Madrid is not a bad step, so hopefully he can take the minutes he wants and that he didn't want here for many reasons.
"If his intention is to leave, we will not hold him back". I never speak with the groundsman. Benjamin Mendy, who has been out for two months with a knee injury, could be fit to return to first-team training in the next two-to-three weeks.
The League Cup was the first trophy Guardiola lifted as a manager in England, though he admitted it remained lower on the list of priorities. I have many issues to think about than that. "I trust the groundsman, I never made a phone call to say do this to damage our opponents".