Benjamin Mendy joined Man City in 2017 from Monaco for a reported 52 million pounds ($71 million).© AFP
He is alleged to have attacked the females, one aged under 18, at his home in Prestbury, Cheshire.
Judge Jack McGarva referred the case to Chester Crown Court, where the footballer is due to appear on September 10.
City suspended Mendy on Thursday after police confirmed the Frenchman has been charged.
“The matter is subject to a legal process and the Club is therefore unable to make further comment until that process is complete,” City’s statement added.
Mendy, who was part of France’s 2018 World Cup winning squad, was remanded in custody ahead of Friday’s appearance at Chester Magistrates’ Court.
The left-back joined City in 2017 from Monaco for a reported 52 million pounds ($71 million).
Mendy has played 75 times for City over the past four years, winning three Premier League titles, but has seen his playing time limited by injuries and a loss of form.
He has just under two years left to run on a six-year contract.
The last of his 10 caps for France came in November 2019.
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