Manchester City have paid tribute to former youth-team player Jeremy Wisten following his death at the age of 17
Wisten, who played as a centre-back, was born in Malawi and joined City"s Elite Squad at U13 level in 2016
"The Manchester City family are saddened to learn of the passing of former Academy player Jeremy Wisten," the club said a statement on Twitter
"We send our deepest condolences to his friends and family
Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time." Current City players Raheem Sterling and Aymeric Laporte responded to the club"s tweet, with French defender Laporte writing: "Horrible news RIP young man." Cole Palmer and Tommy Doyle - who played alongside Wisten in City"s youth teams - also posted tributes to the defender
在这个艰难的时刻，我们的想法与您同在。”现役曼城球员Raheem Sterling和Aymeric Laporte回应了俱乐部的推文，功夫足球国语版后卫Laporte写道：“可怕的消息吸引了RIP年轻人。” Cole Palmer和Tommy Doyle-与Wisten一起参加了比赛曼城青年队-也向后卫致敬
"You Will Be Forever Missed," Palmer wrote on Instagram alongside a series of pictures and videos of himself and Wisten
"Fly High My Brother Rest In Paradise!"