Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admits he will try to sign another central defender before next month’s transfer deadline.
City have already spent over £220million this summer and Guardiola now possesses the most expensive defence ever assembled.
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Guardiola, however, insists he is happy with his defensive options, but says City will continue to try and add another option to their centre-half options.
“I am happy with John Stones, Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi,” the City boss ahead of Saturday pre-season friendly against Spurs in Nashville.
“We don’t have too much more to spend. We have spent a lot because we didn’t have a lot of guys.
“But if the market gives us a chance we are going to try to sign (a defender).”
“I’m happy with the squad we have.
“I was happy with the players I had last season. You never hear one bad word about the players.
“But we’ll buy players to reinforce the team, like other teams around the world, until August 31st.”