Guardiola admits Manchester City have to let go of key players to balance the squad.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted. That the release of players in this transfer market. This makes the club more balanced and sustainable as a club.
Manchester City have released three key players in the recent transfer window, including Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko (Arsenal) and Ra. Heim Sterling (Chelsea) has brought them back more than £120 million, including several young players.
And as a result, it was the club’s biggest cash back in their trades. Guardiola admitted it would be regrettable but necessary.
“For my part, I am saddened to see important players leave the team. But it’s a business, it’s an investment. I know that the image of our club is often just buying players. But we also have sales. We sell key players for big money.”
“All clubs are now in a situation where it is not easy to sell players. Everyone has to do it, but it’s not something that everyone can do.”
Manchester City have been reinforced with top players including Erling Braus Haaland, Calvin Phillips and Julian Alvarez. They still want Brighton defender Mark Cucurella to join him in the transfer market.