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John Stones arrives at City training in new £265k Rolls Royce… but struggled to get in as security don’t recognise car

JOHN STONES struggled to get into Manchester City training on Wednesday morning - thanks to his flash, new £265,000 Rolls Royce.

The England defender, 25, held up his team-mates on their way into the Etihad Campus because security didn't recognise the vehicle, according to eyewitnesses.

Hilariously, onlookers revealed impatient pals Riyad Mahrez and Sergio Aguero jokingly beeped their horns at Stones as they queued behind him in foggy Manchester.

But if there's ever a car to be stuck in in a queue, then his new luxurious Rolls is it...

City icon Aguero - fresh from his record breaking few weeks - drove into training in an electric blue Ferrari.

Mahrez was one behind the striker in his Audi RS6 as the squad rocked up for a post-match brief, having beaten Sheffield United 1-0 at Bramall Lane just hours earlier.

And it was that man Aguero who notched the winner, having started the game on the bench.

His replacement for the starting XI in Sheffield, Gabriel Jesus, had earlier spurned a glorious chance to give his side the lead, as his penalty was saved by Dean Henderson.

Elsewhere on an action-packed morning at the Etihad Campus, Claudio Bravo was also forced to wait to gain access to training.

The Chilean goalkeeper was held up while road-workers painted new lines on the road outside the training facilities.

On Tuesday night, Aymeric Laporte made his first start in 143 days due to injury.

But Pep Guardiola is not resting on his laurels and has reportedly bid for Inter Milan star Alessandro Bastoni in an attempt to bolster his threadbare defence.

The Italy Under-21 centre-back is being eyed across Europe, including at Barcelona, as he keeps Uruguay legend Diego Godin out of the Serie A giants' side in a scintillating breakthrough season.

Aguero will score more goals than a legend