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The mega signing of Jack Grealish, who commanded a transfer fee of £100 million, could prompt a mass exodus at the Etihad outfit.
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That's according to Guardiola who has revealed that 'two or three players' want to quit.
Speaking in his press conference ahead of the Community Shield clash against Leicester City, he said: "Not just Bernardo.
"There are two or three players that want to leave Man City but they are our players and when they bring some offer and they want to leave, we are open to discuss but it depends on them."
But the Blues have yet to receive an offer for the players ahead of the August 31 transfer deadline.
Silva, 26, has been the subject of intense transfer speculation, with reports linking him with a move to Atletico Madrid.
While Guardiola did not name the other players who want to leave, it has been claimed that Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus are also keen on moving on this summer.
The Spain international played a bit-part role last season, featuring in 16 Premier League games.
As for Jesus, the Brazilian made 42 appearances in all competitions, scoring 14 goals.
He has been linked with a switch to Juventus.
Man City remain in the market for new players, with the club keeping tabs on Tottenham's Harry Kane.
On the pursuit of the England captain, Guardiola said: "We are interested in him but if Spurs don't want to negotiate then there is nothing more to say.
"If they want to, we will try, that is all.
"He's a player for Tottenham and if they don't want to negotiate then it's finished. If they are open to negotiation, Manchester City and all the clubs in the world want to try to sign him.
"But it depends on Tottenham. Jack had a release clause so that was different."
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