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Pies' Massive, Bloated, Dangerously Swollen Predictions For The 2017/18 Premier League Season

12 August 2017

City are among the sides that have spent the most this summer, shelling out over €200m on five new players, but Guardiola made it clear such lavish activity was a one-off.

City has spent about 200 million pounds ($260 million) this offseason, mostly on full backs Kyle Walker, Benjamin Mendy and Danilo, to follow on from about 170 million ($207 million) last summer.

It has been another strong showing of City's financial muscle but Guardiola insists the club have only paid market rates and such major rebuilding work is a one-off. I'm not going to say we are going to play all the season in that system, we are going to play different systems, but the fundamentals will be the same.

Gundogan signed for City previous year for an estimated fee of £20m but has struggled with injuries during his time at the Etihad, making just 15 appearances in all competitions, scoring five goals.

And Mourinho told City's website on Monday that the 22-year-old should make an immediate impact in the English Premier League.

"The group of players this season are going to stay here for a long time".

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Guardiola also stated that he expected a tough game against Brighton.

In search of goals, United turned to last season's second-highest scorer.

"Many people ask me what I think". Now with Neymar. "But it is going to finish, it is unsustainable".

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Leicester famously defied odds of 5000/1 from the beginning of 2015-16 to win the Premier League that season, and bookmaker Marathonbet is offering the same on Brighton claiming the trophy this time around.

"I have a feeling that we will score early and get a good win against Brighton on Saturday".

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Councillor Alan Robins speaks about the welcome visiting fans can expect when they arrive on the Sussex coast, not just at the ground but in the city too.

Wenger has confirmed that Alexis Sanchez will not play, after the Chilean suffered an abdominal strain in training.

City also have John Stones and Eliaquim Mangala on their books, giving them four of the most expensive defenders ever, but with total spending in the league having exceeded £900 million, Guardiola is unrepentant.

"We were favourites last season and missed out by 15 points so being favourites this season means nothing".

"All the clubs spend a lot of money - not just us". But such was the maturity he showed during his first-team opportunities - most notably in a frenetic 1-1 draw at Manchester United in January - that there are plenty of observers who believe that regular right-back Nathaniel Clyne could soon be under pressure for his place.

"The club was clever like that because we anticipated what we needed after last season and we will try to do our best".

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Pies' Massive, Bloated, Dangerously Swollen Predictions For The 2017/18 Premier League Season