What do Manchester City have to do to get back to winning the Premier League?

By Guest writer, Thu 06 August 2020 19:29

What do Manchester City have to do to get back to winning  the Premier League? 

Pep Guardiola is a perfectionist; and there’s no other way to describe the man. Although he’s been humble in defeat, he will hate the sight of seeing Liverpool lifting the Premier League trophy and not the Blues. This season has been an off season for Guardiola’s men, that is if they don’t win the champions league, but in terms of Premier League status, losing 9 games over a 38 game season is unheard of for a Guardiola team, and far from Pep’s standards so this summer is pivotal for not just Manchester City, but Pep Guardiola as a manager.

Although not all doom and gloom for the blue moon, City are still in the Champions League and are actually favourites to win the tournament at 16/5. Punters have been getting involved on the market and picking up offers at casinos not on gamstop. This platform allows for access for players who had previously signed up to Gamstop, with these sites remaining as popular as ever, with sports returning such as football and the Champions league. The tournament starts again Friday 7th August kicking off at 8pm GMT. 

Furthermore, City are also heavy favourites for next season Premier League again with offers such 2/1 on the links above; and this will be Pep’s main priority. With the summer transfer window re-opening now, City will be straight to work on their targets and they have already made some moves. Nathan Ake has sign from relegated Bournemouth for a reported £41million – another addition to Pep’s defence. Now this might be a solid signing for City, and a guaranteed starting alongside their talisman Laporte, the critics will be out accusing Pep of being a ‘cheque-book’ manager having spent a staggering over £300million pounds on City’s defence in his career there; quite staggering really.

Apart from Ake, Man City have also signed Ferran Torres from Valencia for an undisclosed £20.5million. A youthful Spanish winger brought in to directly replace the departure of Leroy Sane who left this month to Bayern Munich. Pep has already heavily invested in his squad again this summer, but he will have to re motivate his side to the machine they were in the 18/19 season where they were ruthless, consistent and above all winners again and back where the club belongs; on top.