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5 Reasons Why Manchester City Will Be A Very Difficult Challenge For Pep Guardiola

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  1. No history :

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Till date, Pep Guardiola has managed the likes of Barcelona and Bayern Munich before he decided to manage City. Both these clubs are huge clubs in their respective countries and leagues with a lot of history behind their success. With all due respect to Manchester City, there emergence is only from the last 5-6 years as a title challenging team. They are still getting used to be a top team on a consistent basis and Pep is going to have a problem with that on a regular basis.

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Reasons Why Jesus Gabriel Can Replace Sergio Aguero At Manchester City

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4: HIGHER WORK RATE:

Guardiola was surely surprised by Gabriel’s last match performance as he scored a brace against Swansea to win by 2-1.
Aguero’s agility and vision makes him one of the best strikers in the world.
Aguero has always had a lack of work rate. Whilst that of Jesus is already adapted to the premier league, and although Aguero has improved much from the past, it seems that Jesus is rad at understanding the atmosphere and seems to suit very well in the English football.

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Manchester City Willing To Spend More Than £200m with two more targets this summer

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Manchester City have spend quite a sum this summer signing players to strengthen the side to compete for the Premier League title this year.

Pep Guardiola have already signed Kyle Walker(£50m), Ederson (£35m) and Bernardo Silva (£43m) their three main signings, City have also completed a £10m deal for Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz closing to £150m.

Manchester City are still trying to sign Alexis Sanchez should they sign him it will smash their highest transfer record, currently set at £62m for midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.

Another target for Pep Guardiola is Benjamin Mendy making him and Alexis Sanchez the two main targets this summer.

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Manchester City Agree £50m Fee For Premier League Right Back

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According to various news outlets Manchester City are now prepared to pay £50 million to sign Tottenham’s right back Kyle Walker.

City have set their eyes set on the right back since the end of last season. Kyle Walker himself has made it no secret that he would be happy to leave North London.

After releasing Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna, Manchester City is currently without a natural experienced right-back. Pep Guardiol had hoped to sign Dani Alves, but he was snatched away by Paris Saint-Germain at the last moment.

The 27-year-old has developed enormously since joining Spurs in 2009. He is a first choice player since last six seasons.

Manchester City had previously been unwilling to go above £40m for Walker but have now reportedly agreed to pay the £50m Spurs are after.

The £50m fee would match the world record transfer fee for a defender, paid by Paris Saint-Germain for David Luiz three years ago.

Is Kyle Walker worth £50 million? Tell us in the comments.

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