- Manchester City have already started planning an end of season victory parade
- It may be dependent on whether or not they reach the Champions League final
- The won the Carabao Cup and are weeks from clinching the Premier League title
Manchester City have already started planning an end of season victory parade — although it might be dependent on whether they reach the Champions League final.
Pep Guardiola is weeks away from clinching the Premier League title and collected his first piece of silverware, the Carabao Cup, on Sunday.
Sportsmail understands that club bosses have discussed the logistics of a parade through the city centre should they earn the points needed to guarantee a first title in four years.
Manchester City have already started planning an end of season victory parade
The Premier League leaders collected beat Arsenal to win the Carabao Cup on Sunday
The Premier League trophy has also been flown to Abu Dhabi when City have previously been crowned champions.
Discussions with Manchester City Council took place before beating Arsenal at Wembley and any procession will principally be to show off the title.
The date of the Champions League final, Saturday, May 26, is being taken into consideration, with the post-season celebrations trickier to organise should they make it.
That is being held in Kiev, with a number of Guardiola’s stars jetting off for training camps with their national teams soon after ahead of the World Cup in Russia, which kicks off on June 14.
Pep Guardiola’s team are also weeks away from clinching the Premier League title
There is a belief at the Etihad Stadium that Guardiola could take City deep into the competition and their progression may have a bearing on when they can celebrate with supporters.
City possess a four-goal lead over Basle in their last-16 tie and are heading for the quarter-finals.