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Pep Guardiola dropped hint as Toni Kroos £13m transfer reality clear for Man City

The end of the season is getting closer, which means so is the transfer window.

Manchester City will be active once again in the summer, moving some players on and doing what they can to strengthen the squad. Already, reports of potential signings are popping up - but which are fact and which are fiction?

It's not only transfers, either, with Pep Guardiola's contract soon to enter its' final year after his extension in 2022. Just like the season before this one, expect plenty of discussion of the manager's future - will he stay longer, could he leave before that, will he do what Jurgen Klopp did and announce a decision in the middle of a season?

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Here, MEN Sport have attempted to offer some much-needed context to some of the reports and stories doing the rounds this week, from a suggestion of a Guardiola extension, to talk of an unhappy member in the City dressing room:

Pep Guardiola's future has been a topic of discussion again in recent weeks, with some musing whether the Blues supremo might call it a day at the end of this season if he achieves another Double of Premier League and FA Cup. Former City defender Joleon Lescott was among those to raise the point as he wondered aloud during commentary of the game at Fulham whether Guardiola may choose to call it a day this summer.

However, speaking ahead of the Spurs game Guardiola mentioned the extra year remaining on his contract when he was talking about the backing that he gets from his bosses. "I couldn't be in a better place in terms of my chairman, CEO, sporting director," he said.