Pep Guardiola: There’s No Way We Are Signing A striker As A Result Of Financial Crisis

Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has revealed that with the economy in world of football presently, there’s a probabilty that the Club would not be signing a striker this summer.

“With current prices in the market, we are not going to buy any striker, it’s impossible and we can not afford it”, he said.

Sergio Aguero’s contract ends with Man City

According to him, all clubs are struggling financially, and Manchester City as well. Although recent transfer news reveals Manchester City are interested in Danny Ings as Sergio Aguero’s successor.

Supersport transfer news reported that Manchester City are interested in signing Southampton striker Danny Ings this summer as a potential successor to Sergio Aguero, amid interest in Erling Haaland who is considering a move to Barcelona.

Danny Ings

Recall that Mino Raiola and Erling Halaand’s father held talks with Real Madrid and Barcelona, over Borussia Dortmund hit man’s future with Manchester United and Manchester City in the search.

In other news, Manchester United have concluded a new shirt sponsorship deal worth £235million which is the biggest in Premier League history.

United signed a five-year deal with German global technology company TeamViewer sponsor it’s shirt for the next five years, with the agreement worth £47m-a-year.

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