Sport Recruits in January at City? Guardiola slices

13:25  28 november  2020
13:25  28 november  2020 Source:   football365.fr

Guardiola has made a decision on his future

 Guardiola has made a decision on his future © Supplied by Sports.fr Ou Pep Guardiola. Pep Guardiola, the Spanish technician, is about to extend his adventure at Manchester City according to the British press. Coming to the end of his contract with the Citizens next June, former manager Bayern Munich is still unsure about his future. People close to Pep Guardiola have reportedly told the Daily Telegraph that the 49-year-old manager will be getting closer and closer to a Manchester City contract extension.

Fitness positives for Guardiola ahead of Burnley. Addressing the media ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash against Burnley, the Catalan boss was asked whether the Club were looking to bring in new faces when the window re-opens at the start of 2021.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed the club will not be making any signings in the January transfer window despite their indifferent The England international has found himself on the periphery of Manchester City 's first team for most of the season, but showed Guardiola he has a part

Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, has spoken about his club's plans for the winter transfer window.

Guardiola attend la C1 © Supplied by Football 365 Guardiola awaits the C1 A little over a month separates us from the January transfer window, which is described as a readjustment. Several clubs plan to strengthen during this period, but Manchester City are not. Pep Guardiola, the team’s manager, said at a press conference on Friday; there is no need to go looking for new players because the existing squad is competitive enough. “We do not plan to recruit at all. I have a wonderful team that can fight for any title, ”he said.

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Soccer: Guardiola extends Man City contract to 2023

  Soccer: Guardiola extends Man City contract to 2023 Soccer: Guardiola extends Man City contract to 2023Spaniard Guardiola has guided City to two Premier League titles and an FA Cup since his arrival in 2016.

Pep Guardiola says he is considering City ’s options in the January transfer window. As the New Year draws closer and with the rumour mill starting to rev up While John Stones remains sidelined and with Benjamin Mendy a long-term absentee, Guardiola conceded he may need to bring in defensive cover.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will have money to spend in January after his board allocated funds for signings, sources have told Metro.co.uk. Guardiola was interested in signing Harry Maguire last summer following Vincent Kompany’s retirement but City refused to meet Leicester City ’s £80m

Le Barça n'a pas réalisé le mercato estival souhaité. Perturbé par le faux départ de Lionel Messi, le club blaugrana a connu de grosses difficultés récemment, notamment avec le départ de Josep Bartomeu. Pour cette seconde partie de saison, les Catalans pourraient envisager de se renforcer à des postes clés. Guardiola warns his players As a reminder, during the previous transfer window, Manchester City spent 170M € in transfers, in particular offering a new central hinge with the duo Ruben Dias - Nathan Aké. Guardiola is happy with the pair, but he's also happy with what John Stones has shown since returning to the pitch. "The guys who play well, they will continue to play," said the Catalan technician. The guys, especially at the back, who don't make mistakes - everyone makes mistakes - but the guys who don't make mistakes and are expensive, they are more likely to continue in the squad. And the guys up front who score goals, they are more likely to continue in the team. I try to judge the players in the present. John [Stones] played really well, and I'm especially happy for him because he's a special player for me. "

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They filed into the stadiums for the first time in nine months, clutching treasured match tickets and with their masks partially hiding the glee on their faces. What once might have been taken for granted — going to watch their teams play in the English Premier League — felt like a huge privilege Saturday for the fortunate 4,000 given the honor of being the first soccer supporters to be allowed into games in England’s top division since the outbreak of the coronavirus in March.

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