Manchester City will hold open-top bus parade on Monday if they secure historic treble – but will shelve plans if they lose Champions League final to Inter Milan
- Man City will go head-to-head with Inter Milan in the Champions League final
- 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 as they tour the city centre
Manchester City will hold a parade for thousands of supporters on Monday if they complete the Treble this weekend.
Mail Sport understands that plans are set for Pep Guardiola’s side to show off three trophies if they beat Inter in Saturday’s Champions League final.
The squad are likely to tour the city centre on a couple of buses, with last year’s parade for winning the Premier League finishing at the bottom end of Deansgate.
But City will definitely not hold the celebration if they were to lose a second European final in three seasons – despite already securing a Double by lifting the league title and FA Cup.
The majority of City’s squad have been selected for their countries and the international break kicks off immediately, with Germany the first major nation holding a friendly on Monday.
City will hold a parade for thousands of supporters on Monday if they complete the Treble
Guardiola’s side will show off three trophies if they beat Inter in the Champions League final
Manchester City beat United to win the FA Cup after securing the league title (City fans at the FA Cup final pictured above)
Julian Alvarez’s Argentina have a game against Australia scheduled in Beijing on Thursday of next week, while this round of England’s European Qualifiers begins on Friday.
How many of Guardiola’s squad are made available for those matches remains to be seen with focus on finally conquering Europe.
City’s supporters travelling to Turkey have been designated the south side fanzone at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium and have been urged to arrive early.
It opens from 2pm on the day of the game for fans with match tickets – with another area for fans of both clubs in Yenikapi overlooking the Sea of Marmara.