News update!!! Strongest XI mancity player, pep Guardiola’s new strongest starting XI after perfect Man City transfer window

If everything goes according to plan throughout the transfer window between now and the end of August, Manchester City’s starting XI may like this.

Although Manchester City’s summer couldn’t be ideal, they can still take advantage of it to their advantage and emerge from it stronger than before.

Ilkay Gundogan was the star captain for City, and Pep Guardiola and the rest of the team were desperate to keep him, but after an early disagreement over the duration of his new contract, he chose the lucrative deal Barcelona gave him instead. The Blues are used to saying goodbye to superstars, but Gundogan is still at the height of his career unlike Vincent Kompany, Fernandinho, or Sergio Aguero.

On his route to earning a historic treble, the German scored significant goals in the Premier League title run-up and a game-winning brace against Manchester United in the FA Cup final. He was still one of Guardiola’s most dependable players, so his departure may be a major setback.

However, his departure does allow someone to occupy the vacant space in the park’s center. The obvious choice is Mateo Kovacic, who was signed after Gundogan left and finished a £25 million transfer from Chelsea. The elegant Croatian might fit in well because he is Gundogan’s dynamic and aggressive clone.

But surely the moment has come for Phil Foden to occupy the midfield position that is rightfully his? It’s now a perfect opportunity to see if he sinks or swims. Guardiola has been tremendously patient by keeping him on the sides until he is absolutely ready to take up the centre role. He was terrific and one of the few City players who didn’t seem intimidated by the occasion when the manager decided to replace Kevin De Bruyne in the Champions League final because he was injured.

Haaland of Man City

As John Stones and Rodri would be in the background to provide cover, Foden has demonstrated his growth and development and is now prepared to take on the role he was always meant to play. Of course, De Bruyne would continue playing alongside him, but the Belgian appears to be injured and will probably miss the beginning of the season. Kovacic or perhaps Julian Alvarez can start as a result of this.

Bernardo Silva would continue to be the first option to be used on the right wing should he stay, with Riyad Mahrez, who is also rumored to be leaving, as a backup. Erling Haaland would undoubtedly lead the line, but Jack Grealish impressed last season and won’t be losing the left wing position anytime soon.

The defense is now left. Josko Gvardiol is City’s primary target as they seek to improve their center-back options in light of Four of them are now used by Guardiola, and Aymeirc Laporte may be injured. The RB Leipzig player will be expensive, but if he does sign, it will be to team up with Ruben Dias in a dominant fashion.

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Stones might eventually be forced to play right back instead of center back, where he will have to continue his sporadic forays into midfield. That would leave Nathan Ake and Manuel Akanji vying for the remaining full-back position, with Ake winning out because of his left-footedness.

Strongest Starting lineup for the City.

Ederson, Gvardiol, Dias, Ake, Stones, Rodri, Bernardo, De Bruyne, Foden, Grealish, and Haaland

 

 

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