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Pep Guardiola and Kevin De Bruyne: Winning Champions League Final is Manchester City’s dream

Manchester City will take on Inter Milan in the Champions League final in Istanbul on Saturday in an effort to win the event for the first time and complete the treble.

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The dream of Kevin De Bruyne and Pep Guardiola is for Manchester City to win the Champions League this time around.

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Winning the Champions League Final is a dream and an obsession for Manchester City, according to Pep Guardiola and Kevin De Bruyne.

Manchester City will take on Inter Milan in the Champions League final in Istanbul on Saturday in an effort to win the event for the first time and complete the treble.

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Despite dominating the domestic scene in recent years, Pep Guardiola‘s team often failed to win chasing Europe’s top prize despite their best efforts.

At the Ataturk Olympic Stadium’s pre-game press conference on Friday, Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne and manager Guardiola both spoke.

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Kevin De Bruyne was asked first if he felt victory was a “dream” or an “obsession”.

The Belgium international said: “Maybe both. It depends who you ask. Every professional player wants to win the Champions League and be on top.

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“If you can win the Champions League, you’ve reached one of the biggest things you can.”

Guardiola was in agreement when asked the same question.

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The Catalan, who twice led Barcelona to the Champions League final and won both, has led City into the knockout stages seven times, but their 2021 runner-up performance was their closest to winning.

“Absolutely it’s a dream,” he said. “To achieve things you have to have correct portion of obsession and desire, it’s a positive word, and willingness to try to do it, but of course it’s a dream.”

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