Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed that it has been difficult for him to replace departed striker, Sergio Aguero.
Guardiola in a chat with TribalFootball stated that clubs are struggling financially to buy players due to the damages done by the Covid-19 pandemic (City not an exemption).
He noted that City can’t find quality strikers at the usual price that they wanted this summer.
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“At the prices we are not going to buy any strikers, it is impossible, we cannot afford it. It is impossible.
“All clubs are struggling financially; we are not an exception. We have Gabriel [Jesus], Ferran [Torres] who has been incredible in this position, we have young players in the academy, we play many times with a false nine.
“I don’t know what is going to happen. Maybe we are going to buy but maybe we are not going to buy a striker for next season. Today there is more chance we aren’t going to buy a striker for next season.”