Published: Wed, July 25, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Sane Delighted with Mahrez's Arrival at Manchester City

Sane Delighted with Mahrez's Arrival at Manchester City

Premier League champions Manchester City has unveiled their new official 2018/19 away kit as they aim to defend the title they won last season.

When you take over a club, you can not in all probability expect to land the league in your first go - more so in a fiercely contested league like the one in England.

"The target is win the next game and how to prepare to win the game, that is the target".

"So I'm not concerned about what one of us says one day, the circumstances".

David Villa has backed Pep Guardiola's Manchester City to become the first club since last decade to win back-to-back Premier League titles. It is genuinely scary to imagine how much better they might be next season - a trend we've seen with all of his previous sides.

Sane added: "If you have seen how Napoli played last season, it was really, really attractive and really good".

Now the attention turns towards the summer, and the players who could be moving clubs ahead of the 2018-19 season.

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GETTY The midfield maestro celebrates after his side are awarded the Premier League

Guardiola told reporters: "Every club does what they believe".

"I think to have competition is really good".

The Manchester City boss responded when asked about Liverpool's lavish summer spending.

Mahrez is one of the few City players to be back in training, with 16 of Guardiola's first team squad given extra time off after call-ups for the World Cup.

After their impressive form last season, City have gone and significantly strengthened their attacking options with the £60 million acquisition of Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez. We have three more years on the contract, but the results will dictate what will happen in the future. The most important thing is to arrive in April and May and be there for the title.

"I'm more physical and I'm working hard - hopefully I can get to where I want to go".

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