Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is aiming to spend €230 million in a bid to take the back to back Premier League Champions to the next level.
Guardiola is on the verge to win the whole titles available in England with the FA Cup remaining to be won and if he does that this weekend against Watford it means his focus will definitely be to win a title on European big stage.
Manchester City board is set to back the former Barcelona manager in the transfer market in a bid to challenge for the Champions League.
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According to the report in the Daily Mail, Guardiola could have as much as €230 million euros to spend this summer and the club hope to sign a defender, two midfielders and a striker.
Manchester City is expected to release some players at the end of the season Eliaquim Mangala and Nicolas Otamendi could make way for Matthijs De Ligt, who is also wanted by Barcelona, or Leicester's Harry Maguire.
Manchester City is also out to get a holding midfielder to replace Fernandinho,34, Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri his been tipped to replace the Brazilian
As for a new forward, Benfica's Joao Felix and Eintracht Frankfurt's Luka Jovic, also wanted by Real Madrid, are on their radar.