Then there's Tevez, Aguero, Balotelli, etc.
Not to mention Hart in goal
been a boring transfer window this time around to be honest, think there are still one or two positions i would have had Mancini strengthen (centre back and maybe another midfielder although i think in a season or two Rodwell may well come into that role I've seen him play for England and think he might make a fairly comfortable place in the City squad but it's not happening overnight, maybe he should be loaned out for a season or two first but then again maybe he'll be another Aguero and provide fireworks from his debut onwards)
I believe the squad is the best in the league but United are jammy bastards and I'm expecting them to launch a blitzkrieg campaign to reclaim it so i'm staying fairly logical about the odds. Equally the potential of Chelsea can't be ignored, they're not likely to prioritise the champions league quite as much as last season the aim for them will probably be the premier league.
Don't think Liverpool are any kind of threat whatsoever, Spurs don't have it in them to succeed in the premier league and with no Redknapp, no Adebayor and likely no modric i think they're going to be even worse even if AVB had proven capable enough to get a top 4 place the odds are against them.
That said I am dreading the Liverpool games this season, the Everton games, the United games and the Arsenal games. 4 teams who really rattle my cage on match day that is for sure.