PHOTO GALLERY: Man City stars come to the restaurant before choosing a new captain even though it’s raining

MANCHESTER CITY stars got some pre-season bonding in at a swanky Gordon Ramsey restaurant.

City are set to jet out to Japan later today for the start of their pre-season tour, which will also take them to South Korea.

Manchester City stars braved the rain to go for dinner at Gordon Ramsey’s Lucky Cat restaurant

Skipper Kevin de Bruyne posed for a photo with a fan before heading inside

Riyad Mahrez was also in attendance

Bernardo Silva was the sharpest dress player at the dinner

But a host of Sky Blues stars decided to spend some time with each other on Tuesday night ahead of their trip to The Far East.

Bernardo Silva, Riyad Mahrez, Mateo Kovacic, Manuel Akanji, Nathan Ake, Stefan Moreno and Kevin de Bruyne all decided to brave the poor weather to nip out for a bite to eat.

The EPL stars donned their finery for a trip to the brand-spanking new Lucky Cat restaurant in Manchester.

The team’s new captain could very well have been the players’ topic of conversation.

City are currently without a skipper following Ilkay Gundogan’s departure from the Etihad and subsequent move to Barcelona.

As has been the tradition in recent years, Pep Guardiola’s troops are expected to vote for their new captain.

In the names above, Bernardo Silva and Riyah Mahrez are said to be on their way to leaving Etiha as Gundogan

Man City is expected to have 3 friendlies during the tour, against Yokohama (July 23) and Bayern Munich (July 26) both at the National Stadium of Japan.

Then on July 30, Pep Guardiola’s team played against Atletico Madrid in Seoul (Korea).

The Premier League champions will begin their campaign to defend the throne on August 11, with a trip to Burnley.

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