The quality of players available at the disposal of Manchester City manager, Pep Guadiola is one that any other manager can boost of right now, bar maybe Liverpool. From the defense where the Citizens have at least four world class centre back and can only play two, to their midfield where they have half a dozen players ready to jostle for three slots.
The defending champions attacking options is what every club in England is fearful of. Satisfying the desire of these superstars is the major concern for Pep Guadiola at this moment.
The major front three that City used last season was the trio of Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling and a constant switch between Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus. The addition of Riyad Mahrez to that attack has made them more deadly than ever before.
Knowing fully well that Benando Silva can also play in an attacking position, City have players to always call on. While the Jesus and Aguero debacle have not been solved, adding the latest Sane, Sterling and Mahrez to it is just one big issue at the club, however a good issue.
The form of Sane last season would have guaranteed him a regular shirt this season but he seems to be the one suffering more from the arrival of Mahrez at the Etihad stadium. Pep Guadiola reputation has helped him in the past manage similar situation and he will definitely do same in this situation. If well managed, it could propel City to another title winning season.