Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said he believes the transfers the club has made for Frank Lampard and Bacary Sagna were done correctly, The Guardian reports.
Pellegrini, from The Guardian:
“I think as managers we have enough problems with our own teams to be talking about other teams.
“The only thing I can say is that we have important restrictions about the amount of money we can spend, and Frank Lampard was a free player – we didn’t spend any money in bringing him from New York City to Manchester City.”
City and Arsenal will play Sunday in the Community Shield at Wembley Stadium.
- Sarah Barshop