Guardiola knows all about heavy spending, having already laid out just over £500 million on new players since taking over at the Etihad in the summer of 2016.
City's dominance in England last season was underscored by a slew of records that were set as they romped to their first league title of the Guardiola era. When Liverpool spend this money it is because they believe it is best for them.
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He said, "If it's reciprocated, the energy that we are going to bring to these negotiations, the ambition and the pragmatism, we will get a deal done in October".
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"They are contenders to win the title, Liverpool are always a contender because of the history they have". "First of all it is because I am comfortable and second is the club trust what we are doing".
While the predictable use of Oasis is slightly nauseating, and it's hardly an underdog story we are witnessing, the documentary still looks like it will be worth a watch.
"I believe that he can do it again because he is a good coach, he has a good team, and he has the support of Manchester City and the City group".
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Jessica Harrison said she went to school with Fallon and that she attended the prayer service and vigil to remember her. The incident comes with Canada's largest metropolis concerned over a spate of shootings, more than 200, this year.
Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are in contention to return for Liverpool as they take on Manchester City in the International Champions Cup in New Jersey on Thursday morning (1.05am BST).
As with the majority of Premier League clubs during the season, media are mostly shut out of training sessions at Manchester City, barring Champions League matches.
"I am not concerned what someone says one day".
"If you have seen how Napoli played last season, it was really, really attractive and really good".
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Ozil ends his worldwide career with 92 caps, 23 goals and 40 assists, and was also a member of the squad that won the World Cup in 2014.
"We have a few weeks and we'll decide, maybe one but maybe not, we will see".