Tottenham are yet to sign any first-team players for the news season as they keep an eye on their budget.
On the eve of the 2018-19 campaign, here's how the three latest additions to the division fared in the summer transfer window.
"I'm not confident", he said.
On potential debutant Riyad Mahrez, Guardiola added: "He knows the Premier League and that's a good point for us".
Leicester also spent heavily on seven new players with a £104.3m outlay, topped by Championship prospect James Maddison (£24m) but also secured the services of former West Brom captain Jonny Evans for just £3.5m.
"You also have to consider that Liverpool are City's Kryptonite".
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"It looked like I was saying something absolutely out of order, something insane, I repeat: Pre-season hard when you don't have your players to work, that's as simple as that".
Sarri didn't get off to the best of starts last week as Chelsea were easily brushed aside by Manchester City in the Community Shield. Between new deals for returning players, new signings and loans, Wolves locked in almost a dozen players over the summer, headlined by a club-record $30-million million move for Spanish midfielder Adama Traore from Middlesborough.
I must admit I'm not as fond of Jose Mourinho as I was when he first took the reins for his first spell at Chelsea.
Both Pogba and Rashford performed well, with Pogba's early goal and impressive performance of particular note, though it was Pereira - a player who has yet to truly break into the United side - who staked his claim for a place on the team sheet week in, week out.
The England defender has made no efforts to hide his unhappiness at Spurs over the past year or so, and following a proposed move to Manchester United failing to materialise, the continent could be an escape for the 28-year-old - much like Joe Hart and Torino in 2016.
Deloitte says that "since the introduction of the player transfer window system in January 2003, aggregate gross player transfer spending has exceeded £11.9 billion, with around 82% of this being spent in summer transfer windows". Liverpool hit its stride toward the end of last season and then reportedly spent the most money of any English club in the off-season, bringing in goalkeeper Alisson Becker and midfielders Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri.