Pep Guardiola has mentioned that Manchester City don’t need to spend £100 million on one player to compete with the best groups in Europe.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan have all spent extra on a single switch however Guardiola mentioned City don’t need to splurge on one player.
“No, not at all,” Guardiola instructed a information convention on Monday. “Not for the very fact now we have not spent for one player some huge cash, offers you benefit. Football is a staff sport, everybody makes his contribution.
“The guys who would not play makes his contribution, the backroom workers and everybody, so it is not simply one player, it is for completely everybody.
“So far the club has decided not to spend not close to £100m for a player, or more than £100m on a player, maybe in the future it is going to happen if they decide it is necessary to improve the team for the next five, 10 years, for many reasons.
“But up to now the membership, the organisation, the CEO, the sporting director determined not to do it and that is why they did not do it. But perhaps sooner or later, I don’t know.”
Haaland has been linked with a transfer away from Dortmund in the summertime though Guardiola has already urged City cannot afford the 20-year-old.
At his information convention, Guardiola branded the Norwegian “exceptional” however midfielder Rodri insists City don’t have any particular plans to cease the teen.
“Of course it is impressive his performances since he appeared,” Rodri mentioned. “He is just 20 years outdated and he’s scoring a lot of objectives however we’re not targeted on solely one Player.
“Borussia Dortmund is a big, big team in Europe.They have a mix of young and experienced players. They have an offensive squad so we have to be aware and try and play our game.”
Guardiola is wanting to progress to the semifinals of the Champions League for the primary time since turning into City boss in 2016.
City have dominated English soccer since his arrival however Guardiola insists they don’t need to elevate the Champions League to be thought-about on a par with Europe’s best.
“We are already a big club, not team, big club,” he added. “We are already however in fact everybody right here desires to strive to do higher on this competitors.
“I want the players to win this game and after that Leeds and then Dortmund. We’ll see. The mentality, the focus, the mistakes, if City deserve or Dortmund deserve to be in the semifinals.”