Pep Guardiola will not lead his side to train at the Nou Camp ahead of their Champions League clash with Barcelona, which will be a break from the norm.
The Manchester City boss returns to his old club next for a highly anticipated Champions League clash but his team will not train at Nou Camp before the game, according to reports.
Champions League rules allow both teams to train on the match day pitch, but Guardiola has opted against it, as his side would rather train at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday morning, before flying out to Spain later that evening.
Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo also reports that City will stay at the Hotel W for the duration of their stay before returning home on Thursday afternoon.
Guardiola will however hope to return his side to winning ways as they face Everton on Saturday before the Champions League clash with Barca.
The Spaniard lost his 100% start to the Premier League when they were beaten 2-0 by Tottenham before the international break and will be hoping they can make amends when they come up against Everton on Saturday.
Former Everton defender John Stones is expected to feature against his old club for the first time since swapping Everton for City over the summer.