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Bad news for Pep Guardiola and Haaland while they’re on vacation

By Liam Styles

Bad news for Pep Guardiola and Haaland while they’re on vacation

This transfer will be terrific for the Citizen aspirations

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After having won the treble, with the conquer of FA Cup, Champions League and Premier League this season, the Norwegian striker Erling Haaland will enjoy a dream period of vacation after been crowned kings of the European football with his teammates under a fantastic management performed by Pep Guardiola, who is resting with his family before fronting a new challenging season in which he will have the chance to equalize his own six title record set when he coached FC Barcelona.

Meanwhile, the Manchester City rivals in the Premier League are determined to defeat the Citizen and take the lead of English football, as most of the teams have already started to plan and make huge transfers to be able to compete against Pep Guardiola’s perfect machine. Newcastle have already signed the Italian wonderkid Sandro Tonali from Milan, and Chelsea is getting prepared to make big signings, as Arsenal is looking for big transfers and Manchester United’s new potential owners could impact the league with a huge budget.

The last team to join the race against Manchester City, has been Liverpool. The Andfield team has decided to send a terrific message to the hegemony of Pep Guardiola and Erling Haaland in the Premier League, by signing one of the strikers who are able to equalize or improve Haaland's numbers in the League.

Liverpool is ready to destroy Haaland and Manchester City’s records

The Jürgen Klopp team is ready to paralyze the Premier League and destroy all the records engraved by Haaland and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City during this season by signing their own goal machine, as according to the FIFA agent Marco Kirdemir, the Anfield team is ready to pay an amount close to €300 million for Kylian Mbappe, which could create a new rivalry between Liverpool and Manchester City, creating a new Liverpodlian hegemony in the Premier League and the European football. 

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