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Report: Manchester City set for £350m spending spree

:Headline: Report: Manchester City set for £350m spending spree:
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will reportedly be given £350m to bring in a left-back, holding midfielder and two other players ahead of next season.
By , Senior Reporter | 7mo

Manchester City have set aside £350m to bring in four new players during the summer transfer window, according to a report.

Manager Pep Guardiola admitted earlier this month that he is looking to strengthen "three or four positions", including defensive midfield and left-back.

City have been strongly linked with Leicester City's Ben Chilwell, who will challenge injury-plagued Benjamin Mendy for a starting spot if he arrives, while the likes of Tanguy Ndombele and Houssem Aouar, both of Lyon, have been touted as possible midfield targets.

The Daily Star claims that Guardiola will be heavily backed by his own bosses during the off-season, as they know the importance of further strengthening the squad to maintain their period of dominance.

Ajax attacker Dusan Tadic and Real Madrid creator Isco have also emerged as rumoured targets for the Citizens, who are on course to win all four competitions they entered this season.

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