Fred, Jorginho? Pep Guardiola explains Manchester City summer transfer plan

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The Manchester City left-back has missed most of the injury through injury and his comeback has been handled carefully by Pep Guardiola and his coaching staff, with minutes here and there.

"This is the last game of the most incredible season and it's been a campaign that surpassed everyone's expectations".

But the City manager will offer Atletico no encouragement, as long as Aguero - who turns 30 next month - wishes to stay with the team for whom he has scored a club-record 199 goals.

City play Southampton on Sunday in the final game of the season, knowing a win will see us become the first club to amass 100 points in a Premier League campaign.

"We had a high investment last season, it was an old team, 10 or 11 players more than 31, and we needed to change it".

City have been linked with midfielders Jorginho and Fred already in recent weeks but are set to face competition from Jose Mourinho and Manchester United.


For City, injured striker Sergio Aguero remains the only confirmed absentee but Guardiola is expected to revert to his usual starting XI one final time after giving the likes of Yaya Toure and Claudio Bravo a run out in midweek. RECENT FORMSOUTHAMPTON:Southampton has discovered their form lately after the recorded two wins, two draws, and one defeat in their last five Premier League games. He connects perfectly with the way we want to play in this team.

"If they want my medal I will give them medal".

Guardiola, a Champions League victor with Barcelona during a glittering player career and the architect of City's title success, made a surprise cameo from the bench at the Etihad Stadium.

"They have worked from day one to the last one, training with us, being in the locker room, working".

"They didn't play because of my decisions, but it's the same thing". We still have the 100-point target to play for, though the players have eased off the pace a little in the last couple of games and I can understand that.

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