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Manchester City is a ‘dream’ move for Aiwu

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Current Rapid Wien footballer Emanuel Aiwu admitted that Machester City would be a dream move for him. He also expressed his desire to play under the coaching of Pep Guardiola one day. The defender also mentioned that Man City is his ‘favourite’ club and wishes to make a move to England one day.

The blue side of Manchester just won their second consecutive Premier League title with a little drama involved on the final matchday. They were trailing by 2 goals at the Etihad Stadium against Aston Villa, much to the joy of Liverpool fans then. But 3 quickfire goals including a brace from the substitute Gundogan and one from Rodri sealed the title for them. This also put to bed Liverpool’s hope of a quadruple. They already won the Carabao Cup and FA Cup and will face Real Madrid in the UCL Final.

Just after the 10th anniversary of Aguero’s  93:20, the Cityzens witnessed a similar kind of comeback from their side. The comeback sums up the incredible quality and consistency Pep Guardiola’s side possess. Their habit of winning and quality football draws football players as well as fans from all over the world. The grit and elite character instilled by the Spaniard in this Man City team is tough to match.

A ‘dream’ move for Aiwu

Speaking to Kicker, the Austrian said:

“I think some leagues have their appeal, be it German, Italian, Spanish or French. For me personally, the Premier League is currently the most attractive because it is the most difficult. Every team has an enormously high quality. The pace and intensity are very high. We noticed for ourselves when we played West Ham how fast the pace was. My favourite club is Manchester City and my favourite player is Yaya Toure, he made me a fan. It would be a dream for me to wear this jersey one day.

Given Aiwu’s desire to join Man City, Man City Sporting Director Txiki Begiristain could keep an eye on the 21-year old defender at Allianz Stadion.

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