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Manchester City to win Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup & Champions League @ 80/1

Can City win the Quadruple?

No football team in English history has ever before completed the quadruple, with Manchester United coming the closest in 1999, winning three trophies. Their local rivals, Manchester City are the only side in English Football League history to have completed the domestic treble, doing so in the 2018/19 campaign.

The eight-time Premier League champions managed to see off Aston Villa on the last day of the 2021/22 Premier League season to claim this crown yet again, as a brace from Ilkay Gundogan on either side of a superb strike from Rodri saw Pep Guardiola's side complete an unlikely 3-2 comeback win having been trailing by two goals with 15 minutes to go.

This shows the mentality of the Spaniard's side, as they have become a relentless winning machine since he walked through the door at the Etihad Stadium, winning 11 trophies in four years.

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Manchester City to win Premier League & FA Cup @ 5/2

Their unrivalled squad depth might take them there

One of the major factors in City’s favour is their ridiculous squad depth. Guardiola has stated in the past that his aim was always to be able to name two starting XIs that could compete, and that is what he has done.

The main focus for most top sides is the league title, then the Champions League. We have seen throughout his career that Guardiola loves to sweep up the domestic cups too, with City winning four League Cups in six years under the Catalan’s leadership.

Their impressive squad depth – which can see the likes of Aymeric Laporte, Bernando Silva and Riyad Mahrez miss out – will give City the opportunity to rotate their side without weakening, which will stand them in good stead as they continue to compete on four fronts. The departure of Legendary striker Sergio Aguero has barely been a miss due to the goalscoring exploits of Gundogan and Guardiola's superb use of a False 9 prior to the arrival of Haaland.

The Norwegian showed in City's 2-0 win over West Ham on the opening weekend that he will be a difficult man to stop having bagged a brace.

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Manchester City to win Premier League, FA Cup & Champions League @ 20/1

It's their best chance to win in Europe

The ultimate expectation when Guardiola was appointed City manager in 2016 was that he would deliver the club their first Champions League title. So far, however, the Sky Blues have underwhelmed, but have significantly improved from their first few seasons under the Spaniard on this front.

City suffered humiliating knockout round defeats to the likes of AS Monaco, Tottenham Hotspur and Olympique Lyon in three of Guardiola's first four seasons, before looking to have finally cracked the formula to reach the latter stages of the competition.

In their last two Champions League campaigns, City made it to the final where they were beaten by Chelsea in Porto, before being defeated in dramatic style 6-5 on aggregate against Real Madrid in last season's semi-finals, despite leading 1-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu with just seconds of normal time remaining - proceeding to collapse to a 3-1 loss via a Rodrygo brace and an extra-time penalty from Karim Benzema.

Surely with the additions of Haaland and Julian Alvarez to their line-up, they will be able to score the goals to see these kinds of matches out, having bot managed to score their first goals for City in the Sky Blues' opening two games of the season.

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Manchester City to win Premier League, League Cup & Champions League @ 20/1

What could prevent the Quadruple?

On paper, there are a few factors that could stop City from completing this feat on paper, such as Liverpool, who defeated them in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley by a 3-2 scoreline last season, as well as this campaign's Community Shield.

Jurgen Klopp's men are arguably as good as City having won both domestic cups and taken the title race down to the wire with them on multiple occasions.

It seems like destiny that City will win the Champions League at some point in the near future, however, they must stop conceding so many naive goals on the European stage. As despite beating Real 4-3 at the Etihad Stadium, this had a similar feel to when they were knocked out by Monaco and Tottenham in this competition who also managed to fire in three goals at the home of the Premier League champions.

Also, in cup competitions, anything can happen, as City found out last season when they were beaten in the League Cup on penalties by West Ham at the London Stadium, ending an incredible winning streak in the competition that dated back to the 2016/17 campaign.