This comes few days after beating Everton Football Club by five goals to zero on the final day to lift the English Premier League trophy for the Firth time, and the third time under current boss Pep Guardiola.
The entire grass on the floor has been removed leaving just the soil with excavators and men at work in this renovation process.
Per the football calendar, the English Premier League is expected to begin in August, a month after the Euros, which means that the current renovation project must be done before the end of next month or early July.
Remember, Manchester City still has a game to complete their season when they play fellow English side Chelsea Football Club in the finals of the Uefa Champions League this Saturday in Portugal.
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