Manchester City have agreed to give Coach Pep Guardiola a £150millon Budget for his summer rebuild plans, MySportDab reports.
City’s two-year European ban was overturned on Monday after months of uncertainty.
The ban was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport after hours of talks in Lausanne.
With Champions League football now guaranteed, Coach Pep Guardiola can now press ahead with at least three massive signings this summer.
Manchester City already have plans to boost their defence with another defender and a left-back.
The Ethiad club are also looking for a Leroy Sane replacement, who left for Bayern Munich and maybe a striker.
Having avoided losing missions without Champions League football, they are now ready to spend more cash to improve ahead of next season.
Pep Guardiola wants to secure the future of young centre half Eric Garcia.
Bayern Munich left back and Centre back David Alaba, Napoli Star Kalidou Koulibaly are both on City’s shortlist.
The CAS cleared City of breaching Financial Fair Play rules and changed the two year ban from European competitions.
They also reduced the fine by UEFA from £28m to £8.9m.
More to follow…