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Arsenal fired as Manchester City put two of its forwards up for sale.

Arsenal fired as Manchester City put two of its forwards up for sale.

Manchester City have reportedly put Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez on their ‘for-sale’ list which has put Arsenal on red alert ahead of the summer transfer window.

Resolved not to sleep on his laurels, City head coach Pep Guardiola is now working on projects to build his next great team after leading the club to a third Premier League title in four years.

The newly-crowned English champions can add a Champions League crown to their domestic crown with a triumph over Chelsea at Porto’s Estadio do Dragao this weekend.

High-profile attacking pair Sterling and Mahrez have contributed 14 goals each in all competitions for City this season but are considered excess to requirements and could be offloaded for the right price, according to The Daily Mail.

The report hints Gunner’s manager Mikel Arteta has expressed a strong interest after working with the two during his three-year spell as Guardiola’s assistant at the Etihad.

However, Arsenal’s financial condition and failure to offer European competition next season is likely to establish a major stumbling block in their tries to land either player.

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It’s claimed Gabriel Jesus and Aymeric Laporte could also be let go, with City willing to pull out all the stops to fund potential moves for the likes of Harry Kane, Erling Haaland, and Jack Grealish.

La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona may join Arsenal in the race for England forward Sterling, who has badly struggled for regular playing time in the second half of City’s campaign.

Speaking to Rio Ferdinand for BT Sport ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final, Guardiola said he was already working about next season given the aggressive and unpredictable nature of the Premier League.

“In England when you talk about ‘dynasties’ it’s a big mistake,” the Spaniard said.

“I remember when Liverpool destroyed the Premier League last season, everyone said it will be a dynasty or four or five years at Liverpool.

“In other countries you say: “Ah, maybe!”. But in this country [it’s unpredictable] and I love that.

‘I love the fact that nothing is for granted and we know in the summer we’re going to enjoy the Premier League and hopefully Champions League as well.

“But in two or three weeks I will say, “Oh my god, next season. Liverpool and United are back stronger every season and Arsenal’s making a step forward and they invest ”’

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