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In Guardiola’s era, Manchester City spent twice as much as Liverpool

In Guardiola’s era, Manchester City spent twice as much as Liverpool

Find out how much Manchester City and Liverpool spent until they crossed in the FA Cup semi-finals

Manchester And Liverpool Together they spent 1.7 billion euros (8.64 billion Brazilian reals) In reinforcements over the past six years to dominate English football. The two teams will face each other on Saturday (16) in the semi-finals of england cupAnd At Wembley at 11:30 a.m. (Brazil time), Live broadcast on ESPN on Star +.

Since Pep Guardiola arrived in England in mid-2016, Citi paid about 1.077 billion euros (5.47 billion Brazilian reals). to buy playersaccording to Transfer Market, a website specialized in the football market. In the second season of the Catalan coach in the Federation alone, 317.50 million euros (1.6 billion Brazilian reals) were invested in the athletes.

Manchester’s most expensive signing – and in all of Premier League history – was Jack Grealishthat came out of Aston Villa For 117.5 million euros (597.31 million Brazilian riyals) in 2021.

In sales, the team has raised 425 million euros (2.16 billion Brazilian riyals) in the past six seasons, especially Leroy Sane, who went to Bayern MunichFrom Germany in 2021 for 60 million euros (305 million Brazilian riyals).

Guardiola scored three victories in Premier League (2018, 2019 and 2021), four League Cups (2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021), the FA Cup (2019) and two English Super Cups (2018 and 2019). However, City have so far not been able to achieve the club’s main objective: Champions League. The team was last season’s runner-up, and lost in the final Chelsea In the current edition, he has just qualified for the semi-finals and will face Real Madrid.

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Club spend less

In the same period, Jurgen Klopp also spent a lot to assemble the team, but the value is close to half the opponent: 614.03 million euros (3.12 billion Brazilian reals). After losing the Champions League final to Real Madrid in 2018, he became red It invested 182.20 million euros (926 million Brazilian riyals) in the following season.

And the audacity paid off, as this year the team won the competition against Tottenham. Dutch defender Virgil Finn Djick was the biggest spender of Klopp’s era – and in Reds history – and left Southampton for €84.6m..

In total, the red team earned 400.4 million euros (2.035 billion Brazilian riyals) with the departure of the athletes, Highlighting the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona at the beginning of 2018 for 135 million euros (686 million Brazilian reals).

Unlike Guardiola, who only took a year to start lifting the cups, Klopp stayed on for four years before he could win for the Reds. The German won the UEFA Champions League (2019), the European Super Cup (2019), the Club World Cup (2019), the Premier League (2020) and the English Premier League Cup (2022).

In addition to the FA Cup semi-finals, Liverpool and City have won the last four editions of the Premier League together. Both teams are in the Champions League semi-finals, and Guardiola’s English team leads by only one point from Klopp’s team – See the Premier League standings.