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Pep: Let's kick on again

11 August 2018

They were so far ahead of the pack last season and the addition of Riyadh Mahrez will only add to their superiority.

Having previously managed Barcelona and Bayern Munich, Guardiola is used to high expectations.

On top of the quick turnaround from the World Cup, a shortened transfer window that closes 24 hours before the season kicks off has left many sides scrambling at the last minute to strengthen their squads, none more so than Manchester United.

They did finish a distant 25 points adrift of Pep Guardiola's magnificent City side, however, and Klopp's men will have to make drastic improvements this season, if they are to have any chance of toppling the Citizens.

Their failure to bring anyone in is the first time a Premier League club has not made a signing in the 15 years of the summer transfer window.

"But again, the perception of the people that reads can be different, but I like my players and my group.

But at the same time they've got something to prove and past year we gave most teams a run".

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"Chelsea with a new manager coming in as well - and I think they'll both be battling it out for fourth".

Mauricio Pochettino wanted Jack Grealish, however, Aston Villa refused to sell.

The window remains open to European clubs until the end of August, so there is still the possibility of players going out even after the English deadline passes. It will be a hard season for everybody, not just for us.

"I won't be full from a World Cup", the new captain told Sky Sports following the game. "I don't know but we believe we can do it".

Three injury tables take centre position in the middle of the dressing room with the players' allocated positions all set to face manager Jose Mourinho's monitor, from where the Portuguese coach will be most likely bark his instructions as he strives to gain Manchester United's first title in six seasons.

"We believe we can do better, dominate more and we will try to do it".

"Of course it's hard to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn't sign or sell players, but sometimes in football you need to behave differently", he said.

Pep: Let's kick on again