This comes after former football coach Barry Bennell was found guilty of 48 counts of sexual assault on Tuesday (February 13).
The club said it could not give any more detail about those reports but said it remained in "regular dialogue" with police and the Football Association which is conducting its own widespread investigation into allegations of historical sex abuse.
A cheer of "yes" came from the public gallery where six complainants sat with family members as the final verdicts were read out and some people were in tears.
He followed court proceedings via a video link due to illness but will be brought to court on Monday for sentencing at Liverpool Crown Court.
But one ex footballer who was abused by Bennell disputes this and has told Sky News that "they knew, one million per cent".
He had pleaded guilty to seven additional counts before the trial, which heard evidence he was widely revered in the football world for his advanced coaching skills which were "far ahead" of his contemporaries.
"For decades we have lived in fear because we may be grown men stood in front of you now but we were once a little child".
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During the course of his trial, he was described as a "child molester on an industrial scale" who would not just groom his victims, but also their families. There is no doubt that he is a predatory paedophile who abused his position of trust as a football coach for his own sexual gratification.
He said: "If we use our phones we can't take pictures of the children and put it on the Stoke City Twitter or Facebook page".
"How can it be that no one realized something was wrong?"
City said it has investigated whether the club facilitated sexual abuse of children, and it identified serious allegations against two people: One of them was Bennell, the other was deceased. Between 1985 and 1992, he was on the coaching staff at Crewe.
At the end of the trial, City stated: "Firstly, and most importantly, following today's events at Liverpool Crown Court, Manchester City FC offers its heartfelt sympathy to all victims for the unimaginably traumatic experiences they have endured".
Also in court Thursday was Andy Woodward, a former footballer whose decision to speak out in November 2016 about abuse he suffered at the hands of Bennell led to the trial and sparked many other players to break their silence.
The Manchester City manager was asked for his view after the 64-year-old - who was linked to the club - was found guilty of multiple historic sex offences against boys.