Pep Guardiola vows to decrease spending

Pep Guardiola vows to decrease spending

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has confirmed that he is facing injury issues ahead of their Premier League opener.

"I did it, and now I need to look forward and think about this season in the Premier League".

Top four: Manchester City, Tottenham, Manchester United, Arsenal. Hughton believes City have what it takes to challenge for a third title.

After a summer of exceptionally high spending from domestic teams and overseas, this season should prove to be a spectacular display of all-star football.

"The work starts from the day you get promotion".

"But what the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City can do, they can do that and good luck to them". If we have to score more then we will score more.

"But there's no doubt that the level of transfer fees have increased dramatically".

What To Expect: Since winning entry to the top tier they've set about strengthening their squad with ten new players moving to the club, including Aaron Mooy, Tom Ince and Steve Mounie.

"We probably have to concentrate on the levels that we can affect".

"We're not expected to beat teams like City".

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Those deals were small change compared to City's spending of course and Chris Hughton's signings have been offset by a broken leg for Beram Kayal that will keep the midfielder sidelined for around three months.

Radio station Onda Cera claim that Manchester City have approached the Catalan club regarding the availability of Busquets. The Citizens have signed Mendy, Kyle Walker, Bernardo Silva, Ederson and Danilo this summer.

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The Premier League champions have seen a huge turnover in playing staff in the summer transfer window so far. "This group of players is going to stay for a long time at Manchester City".

Paris Saint-Germain are poised to hand Neymar his Ligue 1 debut at Guingamp after his world-record €222million switch from Barcelona rocked the footballing world last week.

City have spent around £200 million (RM1.11 billion) to strengthen their squad in the close-season with other title contenders including Chelsea and Manchester United also spending heavily to bolster their teams.

"We did it earlier, so we were lucky because now it would be so much more expensive with what has happened in the last weeks".

Even though it guarantees Champions League football once again, they will surely hope to surpass the last-16 mark this season, and avoiding a midway exit in the EFL Cup, or even a late dismissal in the FA Cup.

Five of their first seven league games had already been rescheduled due to the demands of Sky Sports and BT Sport.

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