Ferran Torres got injured on his right foot during international duty for Spain. After scoring twice in the semi-final victory over Italy in the UEFA Nations League and leading the show in the final before getting injured, the £50m star is an essential part of the club's campaign to retain the League.
He is now in Manchester City being accessed and will surely be out of action this weekend. With him are two teammates in the club starting XI that will be out of action for the Citizen this weekend due to international duty.
Manchester City goalkeeper Enderson and striker Gabriel Jesus will both be on duty for the Brazil national team on Friday against Uruguay in the CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup qualifier. The duo will be unavailable for City due to the time of the match.
This means the Citizen will be without three of their first team players come Saturday against Burnley. Manchester City sit third on the table with 14 points out of possible 21 and will be looking forward to taking all the three points at home come Saturday. The last time the two teams clashed was February 2021 and Manchester City won at Turf Moor 0-2, courtesy of Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling.