Why Manchester City want to sign up new centre-backs

In the end, the Reds from Merseyside finished with 99 points at the end of the season, eighteen ahead of Manchester City’s 81, which says a lot, given that seldom has such a big difference in the number of points seen between the winners of the Premier League and its runners up.

WHAT WENT WRONG FOR MANCHESTER CITY IN THE 2019/20 PREMIER LEAGUE SEASON?

The defending champions, who were on a roll for two seasons in a row (2017/18 and 2018/19) and were eyeing a hat-trick of titles but were stopped short by a belligerent Liverpool who did almost everything right.

NEW SIGNINGS

On 5th of August (2020), Nathan Ake became a member of Machester City. His deal will last 5 years.

As mentioned earlier, Ake is a threat from set-pieces as his heading skills were unparalleled amongst the Cherries. At the Etihad, though, he will have to compete with Nicolas Otamendi for bragging rights as to who is the better header, but all in all, City seem to have got a good deal out of this signing, given the fact that he cost them a moderate 40 million Pounds.

OTHER OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR PEP GUARDIOLA AND MANCHESTER CITY

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