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Man City have made a transfer mistake that will help Liverpool and Jürgen Klopp is well aware of it



Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola has revealed his toughest opponent

Man City have made a transfer mistake that will help Liverpool and Jürgen Klopp is well aware of it

Manchester City has nearly as good a transfer record as Liverpool in recent years, but having significantly more resources to work with in terms of recruitment.

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Even if he will cost four times as much as the headline £51 million price they are attempting to tell everyone they spent, their recent acquisition of Erling Haaland is clearly a good addition to the squad.

Ilkay Gündogan

Ilkay Gündogan (photo by Getty images)

Bernardo Silva and Ederson Moraes, for example, have proven to be fantastic mid-range additions, while Joao Cancelo and Kevin de Bruyne, who cost more, have also shown to be excellent purchases.

But one of their better moves in recent years was the signing of a player Jürgen Klopp is intimately familiar with — so much so that many were astonished when he selected the Etihad Stadium over Anfield at the time.

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But now, with a year left on his contract and having lived in England since 2016, Manchester City has given lkay Gündogan permission to look for a new club, according to the Daily Mail.

Klopp had developed the German international into a player that was appealing to Pep Guardiola after signing him for £21 million from Borussia Dortmund six years ago.

Gündoan was the driving force behind Manchester City’s Premier League title triumph last season, netting 17 goals with 5 assists.

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