The Citizens boss says the club will invest heavily in a player if they consider him as a ‘necessary’ addition to their squad.
have been linked with a host of top-level stars for the upcoming transfer window. The Citizens are among suitors forLionel Messi
who is spending the last months of his contract at Camp Nou. However, the club’s most-talked-about transfer target isErling Haaland
who has been linked with the English side as a replacement forSergio Aguero
refuses to speak about the club’s transfer targets, but he insists they won’t hesitate to invest heavily in players who are crucial for their game.
“Spending a lot of money on one player doesn't give you an advantage to win.
“Football is a team game, everyone makes a contribution. Competitions are not won by one player, it is every player.
“So far, Man City has decided not to spend close to £100m for a player. Maybe in the future it will happen when the club decides it is necessary to improve the team for the next five to 10 years, but so far the organisation decides not to do it and that's why we didn't do it but, maybe in the future.”
Manchester City will play againstBorussia Dortmund
in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie on Tuesday.