Report: Manchester City to Spend over £100M in Summer Transfer Window

Report: Manchester City to Spend over £100M in Summer Transfer Window

A new poster showing members of the Manchester City team celebrating has been placed at the entrance to the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England to celebrate Manchester City winning the Premier League title on April 16, 2018.
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Manchester City will reportedly back manager Pep Guardiola with more than £100 million this summer as they seek to build on their Premier League title win.

According to MailOnline’s Jack Gaughan, City believe Guardiola can “rule English football for as long as he wants to be here” and will not be resting on their laurels after Manchester United’s failure to beat West Bromwich Albion assured them of the title on Sunday.

The Sky Blues are said to want to bring in at least two new players this summer and could make as many as four signings to add further quality and depth to their already stacked squad.

City have won the title at a canter this season. Having lost just twice, they’re 16 points ahead of United with five matches remaining.

As Miguel Delaney of the Independent noted, City could yet break several records before the season is over:

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