Pep Guardiola did not rule out the possibility of another significant addition to Manchester City’s squad before the summer transfer window closes on 31 August. Top teams from England and Europe
Hurricane Kane is the only player on the radar of the ruling Premier League champions with whom Guardiola wanted. Bringing England International to Etihad Stadium. This summer. City have so far turned down two bids, with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy unwilling to bow to bids worth less than 150 150 million.
The North London club are hoping to keep Kane ahead of the ongoing transfer window, but the Three Lions captain wants to leave the club. Guardiola wants to replace Ken Sergio Aguero, who was allowed to leave the club after his contract expired this summer.
“When we decided not to sign the agreement for Agiro and people said what we were going to do, I said many times: it will depend on the market, the options,” Guardiola said. As quoted in the Manchester Evening News. After City’s 5-0 win over Norwich City. “Maybe we buy or maybe we don’t.”
“We have 10 days left in the transfer market, we’ll see what happens, and it depends on what we’re going to decide.”
Guardiola has made it clear that, although he would welcome any new additions that could be made, he is very happy with the current squad. They proved that goal scoring would not be a major concern when they found five different players behind the net to beat Norwich 5-0.
He added: “If the team is the same, I said yesterday before 5-0 yesterday, I’m happier with the team. I know them very well, they know me well.”
“I have never complained since I arrived on the first day. I will not do it now, but of course it is the club’s responsibility. They are together. And that’s what we’re going to do. “
Despite Spurs’ insistence that Kane stay in north London after the summer, Italian transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that the city will not back down. The English champions are expected to try to reach the end of the transfer market with a new bid in the coming days.