Clichy joins City
Gael Clichy on Monday joined Manchester City from Premier League rivals Arsenal on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee, reportedly in the region of £7million.
The French left-back will now challenge Aleksandar Kolarov for a regular spot in Roberto Mancini's starting side.
Clichy spent nearly eight years at Arsenal and his move to big-spending City is bound to be seen as a comment on the status of the two clubs.
Last season City pipped Arsenal to third place in the league and won the FA Cup as the Gunners trophy drought, which stretches back to 2005, continued.
Now Clichy is the latest Arsenal 'old boy' at Eastlands where his team-mates will include Patrick Vieira, Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor.