Football NewsPep Guardiola is pleased with its roster
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Guardiola is happy with their roster, even though Man City did not sign the striker in the summer with a transfer deadline.


A little about the topic

City has been pursuing Tottenham striker Kane all summer, but no agreement has yet been reached for England international. With less than two weeks left in the transfer window, Pep Guardiola would be delighted to go into the season with a £ 100 million British transfer record signing Grealish as his only new signing.


What did Pep Guardiola say?

At a press conference ahead of the collision of the Premier League with Norwich City, when asked about the form of his squad, Pep Guardiola said that he was absolutely more than happy. according to him this is the same team that they expect from Aguero and Grealish last season.

Harry Kane remains City’s top target if they want to close a deal before the deadline, despite the Premier League champions tied to forward Juve Ronaldo, Vlahovic from Fiorentina and most recently Lewandowski from Bayern Munich.

To his former striker Pep Guardiola said that Lewy is such an important player for Bayern Munich and he will stay at Bayern Munich. Pep is not going to talk with the 11 days left on the transfer market. Pep doesn’t know what’s going to happen, nobody knows. Tomorrow their game will then be preparing for the game of Arsenal.


They will see tomorrow

Pep found itself without many of its first-team players on the opening day of the Premier League season when they were beaten 1-0 by Tottenham while Harry Kane also missed the match. City boss hopes many of them will face Norwich again, although De Bruyne faces a late fitness test after skipping a workout.

Gundogan suffered a shoulder injury in the defeat from spurs but is available for Saturday’s game at Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola said the rest of the team, all but Foden, are coming up after the international break and Kevin De Bruyne has a slight ankle problem. Ilkay Gundogan is coming and they will see De Bruyne tomorrow.