City may need to sell some of their current stars in order to fund such expensive transfer deals and must identity the players looking to move on.
Aymeric Laporte, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus are three individuals unhappy with their roles at the club, though finding potential buyers may prove troublesome in the current financial climate.
There is an expectation that City will be challenging on all fronts next campaign as they look to put move on from the disappointment of suffering defeat in a European final.
Guardiola hinted after the match that the club’s plan is now very much focused on the long-term, with decisions to be made in the coming weeks to determine how this can be achieved.
“We arrived in the final of the Champions League, for us it was really good, we won the Premier League again and we competed incredibly well throughout the whole season,” said the City boss.
“Now, I want to go home with my family, for a long time I didn’t see them, take a break for one or two weeks and after, we start thinking about the club and what is best for the club in the next years and that is what we are trying to do.”