Pep Guardiola was in the Premier League and was by far the best form of all teams in the English top division. He can be very pleased with the way his team from Manchester City attacked this atypical 2020/21 season.
That they did so without their top scorer Sergio Aguero makes their achievements so far all the more commendable.
The Argentine has missed most of the season due to ongoing injury concerns and illness, and even when he’s fully fit there’s no reason Pep should feel the need to put him straight back on the grid.
Since his contract will definitely expire at the end of the season, it would be a rarity for City not to look elsewhere for a new striker.
According to MARCA, a move is « practically impossible » for his compatriot Lionel Messi, and to that end, according to the Daily Mail, they are viewing Harry Kane’s situation in Tottenham Hotspur with interest
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Kane would cost £ 160m from the North Londoners, double what the club for the current record signing, Kevin de Bruyne, would cost.
With the English center-forward in top shape, in the prime of his career and known for it Wanting to win trophies, moving to City could be a great next step in his career and at just the right time.
Manchester City Funs need Halaand and Delap, since our strikes are not messi and kane they become our financial ones Increase in their salaries.
Yes, Haaland and Delap, with Jesus also being able to play in various positions, would be excellent.
City does not pay this amount for a single player, especially a player in Kanes Age with seedy knuckles.
So NO chance of this happening.
« Kane would cost £ 160m from North Londoners, twice what the club paid for the current record signing, Kevin de Bruyne. »
We have Paid £ 68 million. Not £ 80 million. Get real. In fact, that’s MOST of what we paid for a player. Twelve other players bought by other clubs cost more.
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