Manchester City have been linked with a stunning £100m spending spree to sign Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling and Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, according to CaughtOffside, but is it enough to solve the club’s problems?
Although the two are undoubtedly the best young players in the world right now, City seem to be ignoring their main issues – defence and upfront – with the likes of Vincent Kompany, Eliaquim Mangala, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic the players urgently in need of replacing.
£100m is also a great deal for City to be spending on just two signings, though of course these are players who could star for their side for perhaps the next decade, as well as weakning their rivals Liverpool and preventing other top clubs from signing the in-demand Pogba.
Have a look here to see how City could line up with Pogba and Sterling in their XI next season and decide for yourself – are these really the signings City need? Do they look much stronger with those two in the team?