CONFIDENT Manchester City are already targeting a second treble — after block booking their hotel for both cup finals NEXT season.
Pep Guardiola’s men will stay at the Wembley Hilton for Saturday’s FA Cup final with Watford, as they look to complete an historic domestic clean sweep.
PA:Press Association2 Man City have booked rooms at a Wembley hotel the night before every major final next season
City are determined to dominate for years to come and their preparations are so detailed that they have booked their lucky rooms for August’s Community Shield, as well as the FA Cup semi and final, plus the Carabao Cup showpiece next season.
They are being given preferential treatment by having first refusal on the hotel — just yards from the stadium — if they want to book again.
A source told SunSport: “There is an understanding they get first pick on the hotel for any domestic cups. They have already got things sorted for next year.”
City boss Guardiola is on the verge of securing an unprecedented domestic Treble against the Hornets at Wembley, with the Premier League and Carabao Cup already in the bag.
And the club will face no action from the FA over footage of their players and staff singing a song taunting rivals Liverpool.
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Video emerged of the City squad singing a distasteful version of the Reds’ “Allez, Allez, Allez,” chant on the flight home after securing the Premier League crown at Brighton on Sunday.
City released a statement insisting: "The song in question, which has been a regular chant during the 2018-19 season, refers to the 2018 UEFA Champions League final in Kiev.
"Any suggestion that the lyrics relate to Sean Cox or the Hillsborough tragedy is entirely without foundation."
Rex Features2 City have booked rooms at the Wembley Hilton opposite the stadium