Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola ensures that his team will not spend on players in the January transfer window.
City are still firmly at the top of the Premier League with a collection of 35 points, two points ahead of the nearest competitor, Liverpool. Both teams are still unbeaten in the league.
This weekend City will host a black horse team that often troubles big teams, Bournemouth. This match will be held on Saturday (1/12) tonight.
After previously highlighting Benjamin Mendy, who was often injured, Guardiola also mentioned that the player who was the most featured was Fernandinho. However, Guardiola was not worried if one day Fernandinho could not go down.
“Is Fernandinho able to play in every match? It’s impossible. He can play but next season he will be killed. He can’t play every three days, but we have alternatives,” Guardiola was quoted as saying by Goal International.
“John Stones, Danilo, Fabian Delph, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Ilkay Gundogan. We have a good squad and some players can play in a number of different positions,” he continued.
When its competitors are likely to pick up new players in January, Guardiola chooses the opposite. The former Barcelona coach claimed to have been very satisfied with the squad he currently has.
“We will not be active in the transfer window. I am very happy with my squad,” Guardiola said.
“I am sad when many players cannot appear, imagine if I bring in more players! It’s better like now,” he said.