Manchester City will hold an open-top bus parade on Monday if they achieve a historic treble – but will cancel their plans if they lose the Champions League final to Inter Milan
- Man City will face Inter Milan in the Champions League final
- The city will hold a parade for thousands of fans on Monday if they win on Saturday
- Pep Guardiola’s side will show off all three trophies on their city center tour
Manchester City will hold a parade for thousands of supporters on Monday if they complete the treble this weekend.
Mail Sport understands there are plans for Pep Guardiola’s side to show off three trophies if they beat Inter in the Champions League final on Saturday.
The team are likely to tour the city center on a few buses, with last year’s parade for winning the Premier League ending at the bottom of Deansgate.
But City will certainly not stage the celebration if they were to lose a second European final in three seasons – despite having already secured a double by winning the league title and the FA Cup.
The majority of City’s squad have been selected for their country and the international break kicks off immediately, with Germany the first major nation to stage a friendly on Monday.
The city will hold a parade for thousands of supporters on Monday if they complete the treble
Guardiola’s side will win three trophies if they beat Inter in the Champions League final
Manchester City beat United to win the FA Cup after winning the league title (City fans in the FA Cup final pictured above)
Julian Alvarez’s Argentina have a game against Australia scheduled in Beijing on Thursday next week, while England’s European qualifying round begins on Friday.
It remains to be seen how many members of Guardiola’s squad are made available for these matches, with the focus on the final conquest of Europe.
City fans traveling to Turkey have been designated as the fanzone on the south side of the Ataturk Olympic Stadium and told to arrive early.
It opens from 2pm on match day for fans with match tickets – with another area for fans of both clubs in Yenikapi overlooking the Sea of Marmara.