Manchester City boss wants to sign Chelsea and Liverpool targets
Manchester City are allegedly set to give Pep Guardiola a dazzling £150m summer transfer spending following the club’s achievement in toppling their proposed Champions League ban.
Manchester City will no doubt need to modify after a marginally disillusioning season that has seen them lose their title to Liverpool, who won the League easily at long last.
With Manchester City battling to adapt since the departure of club legend Vincent Kompany in defence, it bodes well that City could now focus on signings at the back.
As indicated by Ivisionsport, Manchester City will hand Pep Guardiola as much as £150m to spend on new players, and the report guarantees that Bayern Munich’s David Alaba and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly are practical targets.
We expounded yesterday on the lack of top centre-backs available right now, with pretty much every large six side needing fortifying in that position this summer.
Kalidou Koulibaly has been connected with Liverpool, and he’d unquestionably form a considerable partner with Virgil van Dijk at Anfield.
The Senegal defender has been a world class performer in his time in Serie An, and Manchester City would do well not to miss out on this marking to Liverpool, who might most likely be significant top favourites to hold their title next season with such a solid defensive matching.
David Alaba has been connected with Chelsea by Ivisionsport, and he’d no doubt apeal to the Blues because of his capacity to play either as centre-back or left-back.
Frank Lampard right now concern about this areas, with his team’s poor ongoing defensive performances potentially set to cost them qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
It’s most likely terrible news for these clubs, nonetheless, that Manchester City look set to spend huge this summer as it without a doubt wouldn’t take that a lot to assist them with finding Liverpool again next season, just as keeping up the gap between themselves and Chelsea.