It has been an exciting start to the season for the Man City fans in the Transfer Tavern. Currently sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table, things are looking very good as the Citizens look to regain their title, with so many of their recent signings impressing. Pep Guardiola, though, despite the success clearly isn’t yet content with his playing squad. Indeed, he’s reportedly looking to improve it further.
According to Don Balon, Guardiola is targeting the Spanish trio of Dani Parejo, Jose Gayà and Pablo Sarabia, with the manager reportedly viewing the trio as perfect for the Premier League. A move, it is said, will be difficult to secure in January – but a summer move could be more likely to happen.
Dani Parejo is a talented central midfielder currently playing for Valencia. At 28-years-old, he could offer some experience and technical quality in the heart of a midfielder that is not blessed with options. Jose Gayà, meanwhile, is a 22-year-old left-back who has impressed in La Liga this term. With Benjamin Mendy out for much of the campaign, the Spaniard could be seen as a decent replacement for the Frenchman. Finally, Pablo Sarabia is an attacking midfielder that is able to play across the front line, though with so much depth in the attack, it remains to be seen where he would fit in.
They’re clearly a very talented trio.
Pep Guardiola has spent big since moving to Manchester, and the majority of his signings have made a huge impact.
The likes of Gabriel Jesus and Kyle Walker have settled in fantastically, and he’ll be hoping for more of the same if any of these players move.
The aforementioned trio would likely be seen as effective depth options long-term, and though it seems unlikely that all three will join, Man City’s spending power seemingly has no limits – and so anything could happen.
Man City fans – thoughts?
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