Pep Guardiola takes the lead as Manchester City travel to London for Carabao Cup final clash with Chelsea
- Manchester City traveled down to London for Carabao Cup final against Chelsea
- Pep Guardiola’s side will attempt to retain the trophy they won last season
- The squad were decked out in outfits from Italian designers DSQUARED2
Pep Guardiola led his Manchester City squad as they made the trip to London for Sunday’s Carabao Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley.
The Premier League champions will be aiming to retain the trophy they won against Arsenal in 2018.
That marked Guardiola’s first silverware as Manchester City boss, with Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva scoring in an emphatic victory.
Manchester City were travelling to London ahead of the Carabao Cup final against Chelsea
Club captain Vincent Kompany scored in the 2018 final and will hope to take part on Sunday
Manchester City will be aiming to secure the first of four trophies that remain available to them this season.
They came from behind against Schalke to win 3-2 in their Champions League last-16 first leg ahead of the decider at the Etihad.
They also remain in contention in the FA Cup, while they are level on points at the top of the Premier League with Liverpool, having played a game more.
Having signed a new deal with the club until 2025, Aymeric Laporte will want more silverware
England full-back Kyle Walker is hoping to win a third major trophy with Manchester City
As they travelled, the squad were dressed in outfits provided by Italian designers DSQAURED2, with whom the club have a multi-year partnership.
Danilo and Oleksandar Zinchenko were among the players opting to wear the brand’s blue crew-neck jumpers, while Fabian Delph and keeper Ederson matched white t-shirts with black jackets.
Boss Pep Guardiola had his jacket fully zipped up, while assistant Mikel Arteta donned a long-sleeved black shirt and Brian Kidd appeared to be sporting a polo neck.
Pep Guardiola and his backroom staff opted for an all-black ensemble from DSQUARED2
Leroy Sane was on target for the club in their Champions League win over former club Schalke