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Guardiola forecasts end to City spending spree

12 August 2017, 11:10 | Andy Ferguson

Pep Guardiola is keen to make further additions to his Manchester City squad before the end of the transfer window. Hopefully next season I will be here and we are not going to spend how we spent this season. "We needed to do that because four or five players were out of contract".

The Seagulls host Manchester City in their first top-flight match for 34 years this afternoon and Hughton is urging his players to be ready for the tough challenge that lies ahead.

"I have a feeling that we will score early and get a good win against Brighton on Saturday". We bought three and the market is so demanding for all the teams, not just City. We played 3-4-3 with a diamond, it's such a demanding system, so attacking, but so demanding defensively, and we did it quite well, yet for me it doesn't matter as it's pre-season.

"In the next few years City will buy one, two, maybe three players".

March believes that the high transfer fees are a reflection of the quality in the league but says Brighton are not intimidated by bigger teams or anxious by the general consensus that they will be relegated after just one season.

Guardiola struck a satisfied tone when discussing his raft of fresh full-backs and their ability to have a transformative effect on City's play this season.

After spending millions in the window, will the likes of Man United and Man City display nearly ideal football, or will they fail to meet their silverware aspirations this season? If the club decides he is not able, we are going to take a solution.

Their summer signings have improved the team and I don't think Pep Guardiola has stopped spending yet. Now with Neymar. But it is going to finish.

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With Diego Costa widely reported to be leaving the club, the main striker is Alvaro Morata, brought from Real Madrid, and while he is an undoubted talent, he is untested in English football.

The Manchester City boss has spent close to £200 million on new players this summer - four of which cost more than £40m.

Yet he said: "It's the same pressure as I had last season".

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Patrick Vieira - Vieira's aggression was coupled with the competitive arrogance and touch of flair one would expect from a French player taught by Arsene Wenger in that Arsenal side.

"I'm honest in my job".

"We know better, I know better and they know me better". People say in first press conference we are favourites. The people say we're favourites and we have to handle that knowing how hard it is'.

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