It’s already Sunday. Entering the last week of July, the summer transfer market is entering its zenith. Waiting for the domino effect that the departure of Kylian Mbappé may cause, the teams continue to work to improve their squads. Review the main sports covers of the day with our press review.

Pep Guardiola’s monumental anger
Pep Guardiola doesn’t get it. Despite having won a historic treble, demonstrating a hegemony in the Premier League and an overwhelming superiority in Europe, Manchester City cannot maintain its squad. After the farewell of Ilkay Gündogan, who has left for FC Barcelona, players like Kyle Walker, Bernardo Silva or Riyad Mahrez are forcing their departures from the club. An incomprehensible situation that, as Mirror points out, infuriates the Catalan coach.

A gastroenteritis virus forces to cancel a friendly against FC Barcelona
Bad news within FC Barcelona. Already in the United States to play the preseason tour, the Catalan club has been forced to cancel the first friendly on North American soil. A gastroenteritis virus has severely affected a large part of the squad, making it impossible to play the match against Juventus. Barcelona’s U.S. tour is in check.

PSG makes clear its position to Kylian Mbappé
Since PSG announced the absence of Kylian Mbappé from the tour to Japan on Friday, it seems that we finally reach the last bars of the soap opera with Bondy. Real Madrid is still waiting, but the Parisian team poses a harsh dichotomy to its star and captain: either sale or a year without playing, as it says today on the front page of the Diario As. Mbappé still has the ball in his court, but PSG has already made a move.