If Cristiano Ronaldo and Jack Grealish both sign new contracts, Man City’s XI will be ludicrous.


If Cristiano Ronaldo and Jack Grealish both sign new contracts, Man City’s XI will be ludicrous.

This summer, Manchester City has been connected with a number of high-profile signings ahead of the 2018 Premier League season.

Manchester City have yet to make a splash in the transfer market this summer. As the Sky Blues try to win additional titles next season, Pep Guardiola will be eager to add talent to the squad. Jack Grealish and Cristiano Ronaldo have been mentioned as potential targets, with the club reportedly planning transfers for both.

With that in mind, Express Sport has looked at the potentially terrifying starting eleven that City may field in the Premier League…

After proving to be a great hit at City, the Brazilian shot-stopper will be ready to attack his fifth season with the club.

Last season, Ederson won the Premier League Golden Glove, and he’ll be aiming for further success in goal this season.

Last season, Cancelo thrived for the Citizens, performing in a variety of roles for Guardiola’s team.

In the 2020/21 season, the Portuguese full-back played 43 times for the team and seems likely to keep his starting spot.

Last season, he was the star player for City.

After revamping the backline following his arrival from Benfica, Dias was voted Premier League Player of the Season.

The 24-year-old is a lock to start this season, and he’ll seek to build on his strong debut.

Stones is prepared to continue his career after a tremendous turnaround at the club.

The former Everton defender appeared to have no long-term future with City, but he has earned Guardiola’s faith in spectacular fashion.

Stones and Dias forged a great relationship, and the Sky Blues finished the season with the best defensive record in the league.

City are rumored to be interested in Sporting Lisbon left-back Nuno Mendes.

According to recent estimates, the 19-year-old helped his club win the Portuguese top-flight title last season and is now valued at £43 million.

Bemjamin Mendy and Oleksandr Zinchenko are already in this position for City, but they may aim to add to their squad.

The Player of the Year award is given by the Professional Footballers’ Association.

Kevin De Bruyne continues to run the show in midfield and shows no signs of slowing down.

No new addition will be allowed to take his place in the team because he is one of the first names on the teamsheet.

A possible signing on the big screen.

“Brinkwire Summary News,” by Jack.


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