In a breathtaking display of ambition and strategic maneuvering, Manchester City has pulled off an audacious coup by securing the signature of Chelsea’s midfield maestro, Mateo Kovacic, in a deal worth a jaw-dropping £30m. The footballing world stands agape, as City’s unrelenting pursuit of excellence takes center stage once again, leaving rivals in awe.
Manchester City fans might have been celebrating right now if manager Pep Guardiola embraced the wise saying that ‘Don’t fix if it’s not broken’. The Manchester City boss tinkered with his Champions League winning formula for the final and that played a big part as Chelsea claimed a relatively easy 1-0 win over the Citizens to lift the Champions League trophy for the second time.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said that Liverpool have the edge of the Citizens in the title pursuit, given his team are playing catch up to the table-toppers. The Mancunian giants reduced the deficit to Jurgen Klopp’s side to two points after the victory over Arsenal but the gap could still extend to five, should the Reds get the better of West Ham United on the road on Monday night.