Pep Guardiola has revealed the clubs that he wants Manchester City to model, according to a report in ESPN.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager what Manchester City to dominate the Premier League just as Bayern, Juventus and Barcelona did in Germany, Italy and in Spain.
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"The first priority is the Premier League, that is the nicest one," he told his post-match news conference after the Cardiff game. "When I see for example three teams -- Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus -- that have won seven leagues in ten years they show me they are the best teams.
"We want to be consistent and solid in that competition. After, we want to improve in knockout games on the ones we have made in the past. We're going to try."
Manchester City is through to the next round of the Carabao Cup after the 3-0 victory at Oxford United on Tuesday night at the Kassam Stadium.