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Man City have 50 days to find transfer answers and tackle crucial new issue

Manchester City kick off their Premier League campaign in 50 days time.

The Blues, going for a fifth successive title, start at Chelsea on Sunday, August 18 in a blockbuster opener. Domestic football may have taken something of a back seat during the European Championships, with transfer activity yet to really get going across the top flight, but with the new campaign fast approaching the Premier League will soon be front and centre once again.

And for City there remains a series of questions for the Blues to answer ahead of a campaign where they will once again seek to challenge at home and abroad. Our City writers Simon Bajkowski and Joe Bray tackle a few of the key themes.

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Simon Bajkowski

It's hard to imagine City having a transfer window that is instantly praised because that isn't really what they're about. It took time last year for Mateo Kovacic, Jeremy Doku and Josko Gvardiol to be seen as good signings while the jury is still out on Matheus Nunes.

No obvious names come to mind as cover for Rodri and there are no other outstanding issues in the squad so more likely City head into the season with their recruitment team waiting for their decisions to be weighed up. More often than not, like last season, they end up being seen favourably but that doesn't stop the summer uncertainty.

Joe Bray

The transfer priorities haven't changed for City since the end of the season, barring Kevin De Bruyne's admission that he would fancy the payday that a Saudi Arabian club could offer his family - and who wouldn't? But