Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says more records 'impossible'

As with the majority of Premier League clubs during the season, media are mostly shut out of training sessions at Manchester City, barring Champions League matches.

Guardiola likes to keep his sessions fresh, to maintain the players' focus, but the principles always remain the same: working with the ball, concentration, passing, movement and winning the ball as quickly as possible. It's only a game we played and a lot of good moments which we can use and a lot of bad moments we can work on.

Guardiola knows all about heavy spending, having already laid out just over £500 million on new players since taking over at the Etihad in the summer of 2016. His move to NYCFC in the summer is a major change to the coaching team, but Guardiola has no plans to replace his close friend, with Arteta's influence increasing.

On the possibility of making further additions before the August 9 deadline, Guardiola added at the press conference, footage of which was shown on Sky Sports News: "We will see". But we will go for it with all we have.

The various meetings between the sides last season in PL and Champions League play provided significant enjoyment for onlookers, and it's hard to imagine this season will be any different.

It only seems two minutes since France lifted the World Cup, but the big Premier League kick-off is just over two weeks away. "The pressure of the national team you have to put on other players, not on Phil".

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"But football, when you feel you are exhausted and the players don't follow you, even if I have the contract, I will speak with the people about it and we are going to find a solution".

Yet Bernardo Silva is happy to be the victim of his Manchester City team-mates' pranks.

Salah and Mane both returned for their first friendly action in an International Champions Cup clash with rivals Manchester City in New Jersey and ended up on the score-sheet. For 75 minutes, it was incredible with the players we have what we did against that team - the finalists of the Champions League, who have awesome players.

While it's unfair to assess Man City on the night due to its lack of many stars being in the team, Liverpool's front men lived up to their end of the bargain as they prepare to dethrone the Citizens come next May.

But City were pegged back within six minutes after Mohamed Salah came off the bench and equalised, before Mane converted a spot-kick at the death.

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