City have, however, expressed concern about reports that investigators will push for a Champions League ban before any official statement has been made by the European governing body.
Both Premier League clubs have shown unbelievable fortitude and resilience to make it to the big stage in Madrid, with incredible comebacks for both clubs in the semi-finals.
One person close to the Uefa investigation said it was unclear City would receive a ban for its conduct, with an internal meeting due tomorrow to debate the matter further.
It remains to be seen whether UEFA will follow through on their threat to kick them out of the Champions League, but at least they appear to be considering this option and giving City a punishment that would really hurt them.
Liverpool are also looking for their first trophy since winning the EFL Cup in 2012.
Guardiola has had the luxury of making a few disastrous signings and blowing £100m and brushing it off as if he had dropped a penny, but no other club in the Premier League can just spend and spend again if they make transfer mistakes on that scale.
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Rudolph's assertion comes days after Spears appeared in court to speak with the judge overseeing her decade-long conservatorship. She hasn't called me in months. "Last summer, when she wanted to tour, she called me every day", he said.
While Liverpool have a fantastic first XI but the harsh reality is that they do not have a very good bench on which their manager can blindly rely upon.
Despite struggling on the final day of the season, Robertson is adamant that he will be ready for the final, especially with gaffer Jurgen Klopp giving the squad some well earned resting time ahead of the final in Madrid.
Liverpool FC amassed 97 points and only lost one game in the Premier League this season, suggesting that they will be a force to be reckoned with in seasons to come.
Manchester City has released two statements in response to the announcement of the Uefa investigation.
The Reds will be playing in the Champions League final vs Spurs next month and if they manage to win this tournament then surely it will be a fitting end to what has been a fine season for Jurgen Klopp's men. Will anyone still be interested in watching the Premier League aside from their relatively modest fanbase?