Nigeria striker Kelechi Iheanacho has been dropped by Manchester City to the B-list of the UEFA Champions League, but could still feature in the competition.
Iheanacho was not listed by Manchester City in the team’s 21-man squad for the UEFA Champions League.
Registering Iheanacho as a B-List player by Pep Guardola creates an extra A-List spot, and that’s the only reason why that decision was made.
The Nigeria youngster is eligible to play in all Champions League matches as a B-list player.
The B-list is made of players who have been part of a club for at least two years and are born in 1995 or later, basically the Academy kids.
The same rule applies for Tosin Adarabioyo, who was part of a few group stage games while being on the B-list.