The English football club ranks third in gross transfer spending and first in net transfer spending. When it wants a player, it’s ready to pay a premium
Be it in Germany before or England now, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola have a history of squaring off with the deepest respect for the other. So, when Klopp last week stated that Manchester City, the English football club that Guardiola manages, operated in a “fantasy land" and had endless resources to buy players, it was an awkward interlude in a mutual admiration society. Guardiola bristled at the “fantasy land" suggestion, accepting a spending spree at the beginning of his City tenure but denying the presence of pockets without a bottom.
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