Man City's potential starting line up for next season gets a like from Jack Grealish
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Jack Grealish clearly likes the idea of Declan Rice joining Manchester City this summer and helping to lead them to a second straight Champions League title.
Watching City last season it would be easy to wonder how the hell anyone stops them winning a second Treble in-a-row and becoming the first English team to win four straight league titles.
Pep Guardiola's side were pretty unstoppable in the second part of the season, winning 15 of 16 league games from their loss to Tottenham Hotspur until the Chelsea game when they'd already sewn up the title.
One really questions exactly what signings Guardiola is supposed to make during the transfer window to improve on his near perfect team.
Well just to rub salt into the wounds of Arsenal, after they failed to beat City to the league title despite leading for 93% of the season, they decided to focus their attention on Rice.
The West Ham United captain remains the Gunners' first choice signing but they are now in a battle with the English champions.
City fans were getting excited this week when Grealish was spotted on social media liking a post about his England teammate moving to the Etihad Stadium.
And now it's happened again with the former Aston Villa star sticking a star on a tweet asking why a City team including Rice can't win the Champions League again.
Now there's a good chance that the City star was liking the idea of being a two time European champion but it does seem he's keen on Rice joining him in Manchester.
The team also includes Mateo Kovacic in the midfield with the West Ham player, and it looks likely that Kovacic will be arriving from Chelsea.
As well as the two additions in the centre of the park, the team has RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvaridol in defence with Ruben Dias and John Stones.
Stones has played in midfield for most of the second half of the season thanks to a change in formation but could return with the new signings in midfield.
City fans have been encouraged by other hints about where Rice might end up, with a video resurfacing of the 24-year-old fanboying over Yaya Toure.
And there could be even more arrivals in the blue half of Manchester this summer, with Guardiola reportedly interested in Achraf Hakimi.