Manchester City won the Premier League title last season in big blow to Liverpool who were fighting for the same until the last day of the campaign. Having preparations for next season is the main thing Pep Guardiola is doing this summer.
Having already signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund for a price tag believed to be £51m as per Sunsport. However a similar situation of new arrivals is being reported by Daily Mail is set to follow.
There are expectations from City of Leeds United player Kalvin Phillips as the next target to join Etihad Stadium. As reports say the two clubs are on the verge of £45m price tag agreement for City to complete the transfer for the England international.
After Zinchenko has been identified to be in need of a cover as per Daily Mail the sky blue side of Manchester. Are looking to try convince Brighton to part ways with Marc Cucurella who may as well cost them close to £50m as per Sunsport report.
The Sunsport publication has taken a look into how possible the Pep Guardiola side may line-up next season if they complete the two signings of Cucurella and Kalvin Phillips. Emerson may still continue In between the sticks for the Premier League Champions.
In the last line of defence there could be a possibility of Cancelo as well as Laporte, Dias and Cucurella. In midfield Phillips to try and partner with Bernardo Silva and Kevin de Bruyne with a trio of attacking players with Foden, Haaland and Mahrez as per the Sunsport publication.
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