Manchester City won't make January signings - Pep Guardiola

Manchester City defender John Stones is refusing to give up on his Premier League title dream

Manchester City defender John Stones is refusing to give up on his Premier League title dream

City can not afford to lose any more ground on Liverpool as they pursue a third successive Premier League crown, with Manchester United set to arrive at Etihad Stadium four days after their clash at Burnley.

"I don't want any players". Instead he intends to stick with 34-year-old Fernandinho as his first-choice centre-half.

"The team is always there, that is my feeling", Guardiola told reporters.

"I prefer Gundogan and Rodri in this position [midfield]". Normally the players we think could be interesting, [clubs] are not going to sell them.

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Argentina global Aguero picked up a thigh injury during City's 2-1 victory over Chelsea on November 23 and subsequently missed Saturday's draw at Newcastle. What they do they do perfectly.

Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva created the second for Jesus five minutes after the break with a cross to the back post which the striker, who had not scored in his previous 10 games for club and country, met with a clinical finish.

"Last year was quite similar when [Liverpool] had a similar lead but we still have time this year to recover, to catch them and to again try to win the Premier League, so we hope we can do that".

While Guardiola looks set to keep his powder dry in January, he is likely to bring in new faces ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, with David Silva's impending departure already confirmed and Fernandinho's future yet to be resolved. "But he chose to go to Belgium and we have other incredible players to try to do the job they have to do".

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"He is not ready for the derby but after the derby we will see", Guardiola said.

"In the situation that we are in, we can not think too much about the [teams] that are in front".

"We don't have to rebuild too much".

The Citizens have won the last three meetings against the Clarets, scoring 11 goals and conceding zero. "Buying two or three players is not rebuild it's just substituting positions".

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City have also dropped points against the likes Wolverhampton Wanderers and Norwich City, and Foden has admitted that the club's chances of retaining the Premier League title are out of their hands. You'll find highlights from every Premier League game - from 5.15 p.m. on a Saturday or shortly after full-time on other days - in the Score Center, as well as on the Sky Sports website and app plus the YouTube Sports Channel Sky Football.

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