The City strategist stands out from the questions about the possible arrival of an offensive in the face of the summer market

Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, questioned the signing of a forward to replace Sergio Aguero and he assured that with current market prices they cannot afford it.

The set of Manchester He has been linked to Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund, his next Champions League rival, and Danny Ings of Southampton, but the Spanish coach ruled out moves in the next summer market.

“I don’t know what will happen, but with these prices we are not going to sign a striker. It is not possible, we cannot afford it. All the clubs are having a bad time financially and so are we,” Guardiola said at a press conference before the game against Leicester City.

“Most likely we will not sign a forward for next season,” he added.

The City will lose this summer to Omen, who will leave free after the end of the contract, but Guardiola he trusts the players he has and the quarry for the future.

“We have enough players in the first team and interesting players in the quarry,” he added.