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Which 2 Man City midfielders can help Pep achieve European glory

Watch Man City's midfield run riot next season with these two players.

Who in Man City’s squad can bring Guardiola the Champions League trophy?

With a sweep of domestic success last season, Man City will be going all-out for European glory this season.

Pep Guardiola is yet the add the trophy, and question marks are raised about is performance in the competition with one of the best squads in the world.

The depth of quality in the Manchester City squad should allow for at least a Premier League title, a domestic cup and a Champions League final.

The Football Manc Cave bring your attention to two crucial Man City players who could make that happen.

David Silva

The Spanish midfielder is heading into his tenth season with the Citizens at The Etihad. Upon his own admission, this season will be his last in Manchester. Man City fans can expect and wonderful final season for one of their greatest ever servants. It is without question that David Silva will want to go out on a high, specifically a Champions League winning high.

Phil Foden

Guardiola began to place a lot of trust in the academy prospect Phil Foden towards the back-end of last season. According to Evening Standard, Guardiola said ‘the best talent I have ever seen’ when asked about the 19-year-old Englishman.

The youngster made a total of 26 appearances for Man City last season. Making a feature in each major competition. This can be expected to increase to above 35 appearances next season as Guardiola continues to build Foden into the player he believes he can become.

Man City have a David Silva eager to leave a lasting impression on the club. Alongside him is a dedicated youngster looking to secure a place in the best team in English football.

It is often said that football games are won and lost in the midfield. Should this hold true, Manchester City will not lose many games this season.

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