Manchester City are going to make changes in the next transfer market. Whether with the Champions League or without it, Pep Guardiola wants to give his squad a twist to change keys and that there is no conformity despite the titles achieved in these years.
For this, the first two names that came to light as postponable were those of Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez. The first, closely followed by Barcelona, and to top it all, wanting to leave the club, so his departure seems to be almost imminent.
As for the Algerian, he has been an offensive standard this season, but he does not quite fit into Guardiola's ideal plans despite his versatility, as he has sometimes been used as a winger. As has been published, Arsenal would be interested in Mahrez, whose step is valued at 42 million euros.
However, Pep Guardiola decided to give him the title today, on his visit to Belgium, to face Brugge for the Champions League. Far from weighing the responsibility, he established himself as a figure of the match, and dispatched himself with two goals, in what was his team's victory by 5 to 1.