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Manchester City are one of the few clubs that are still unbeaten in the Premier League campaign this year as they have now picked up a couple of victories in the first three games of the season. Pep Guardiola, the manager at the Etihad, has already spent heavily on incoming transfers this summer but he is far from done with his transfer activity.
The manager is actively searching for players who can further improve the quality in the squad at the club and though there are not many options in the transfer market, City’s spending power might be enough to lure a top class star or two to the club before the transfer deadline.
So who should Pep look to sign? Here are two big money deals Manchester City may yet complete this summer:
The Chilean winger has reportedly handed in a transfer request, having failed to manufacture a move respectfully. Though reports still claim that Arsenal are adamant in holding on to him, he is not expected to be at the Emirates come tomorrow. Manchester City are one of the many suitors for the player, but most definitely, they are the front runners.
Pep Guardiola has previously worked with Sanchez, during his time at Camp Nou and will love to have him in his squad. Certain reports claim that he is ready to offer winger Raheem Sterling as a part of the deal to land Sanchez this summer. Sanchez is a natural winner and great addition to the squad at the Etihad. A
Another Sanches who Guardiola should look at is the out of favour Portuguese starlet from another of his former club, Bayern Munich. Carlo Ancelotti, the current boss at the Allianz Arena, does not see the youngster in his plans at the club this season and is ready to send him out on loan.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are desperate for his signature but are yet to finalise a deal and Guardiola should definitely look at him as an option to improve the quality in the midfield. City are well stacked in most positions but they are a bit short of midfielders and Sanches will solve this problem, lending balance to the side.