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Manchester City's Txiki Bergiristain

27 Août 2017

City's seventh successive campaign in the elite competition will feature group games against Shakhtar Donetsk, Napoli and Feyenoord.

Spurs face a daunting task, having been drawn alongside title holders Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund, with Cypriot side APOEL seemingly making up the numbers in Group H.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is convinced by the quality of Champions League opponents Napoli.

On the toughness of City's group - not nearly as hard on paper as many in the past - Txiki said, "There are worse groups".

Speaking to Premium Sport in Italy, Txiki commented specifically on the threat of Napoli, coached by the impressive Maurizio Sarri.

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"Of course, I think it is very hard to go [to face Shakhtar] as they are always building good team".

Your way to the group stage of the Champions League, "Shakhtar" will begin on 13 September in Kharkiv the team of Paulo Fonseca will take a third team in the Italian Serie a And Napoli.

"And always Feyenoord, touch football, they like to play and what they do, they do well". My dream is for one of them to stay his career in Barcelona and the other is a young talent. I don't know whether to say I am happy or nervous. "Hopefully we'll get it right".

"We want to be consistent in our performances. We have five or six days left, and I think the market is going to move until the last moments, and the guys here are going to leave and maybe come, because all the managers at the other clubs are (trying) in the last seconds to make the transfers cheaper".

"I hope we can remember what we did two years ago, going to the semi-finals and why not even more?"

Manchester City's Txiki Bergiristain