City nonetheless unsure of signing new striker, says Guardiola


LONDON:

Manchester City has not but determined if they are going to signal a brand new striker to exchange Sergio Aguero, supervisor Pep Guardiola stated, with the summer time switch window set to shut subsequent week.

City signed England playmaker Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for a British report 100 million kilos ($136.49 million), however they’re quick on central hanging choices after Aguero joined Barcelona following his City exit on the finish of final season.

British media have closely linked Premier League champions City with Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, however Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has stated the England captain is just not on the market.

With the Premier League switch window scheduled to close on Aug. 31, time is operating out for City to make new signings.

“When we decided not to extend the contract of Sergio Aguero and people asked what we would do, I said many times it would depend on the market,” Guardiola stated. “Maybe we are going to purchase, perhaps not. It continues to be the identical state of affairs.

“There are nonetheless 10 days (left) within the switch market. We are going to see what occurs and it relies on that when we’re going to take a call.

“If the squad stays the same one then I am more than pleased with the team… But, of course, the club has an obligation and a duty to look forward to get better and to feel we can still be in there with a tough Premier League.”

City, who thrashed newcomers Norwich City 5-Zero final weekend, host Arsenal on Saturday.

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