Manchester City are currently in the middle of an injury crisis with five key first-team players all unavailable.
Bernardo Silva is the latest high-profile Citizens star to pick up a knock, going off in the first half in Tuesday's 3-1 win over Red Star Belgrade.
Speaking after the Champions League group stage opener, boss Pep Guardiola declared that his treble-winning side are 'in trouble' as a result of the numerous setbacks.
Along with Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish, John Stones and Mateo Kovacic are all sidelined through injury.
And with a crunch Premier League clash against title challengers Arsenal on October 8 looming, Guardiola will be fearing his squad picking up anymore knocks.
But should he be worried? Judging by Transfermarkt's valuation of the City squad, he has no reason to.
Boasting the most expensive squad in the top-flight at over £1billion, City's second string side made up of their current back-up options is valued at £372.4m.
talkSPORT.com has mocked up an alternative City line-up should each of their starting players, if fit, are unavailable for selection.
Signed on a free transfer last year to provide cover for no.1 goalkeeper Ederson, the German has starred between the sticks when relied upon.
One of the best No.2 choices in the Premier League, City fans have no problems whenever the 30-year-old is selected ahead of Ederson.
With Joao Cancelo shipped out to Barcelona on loan, the City academy graduate is Kyle Walker's understudy this season.
The 18-year-old, who made 23 appearances in all competitions in his breakthrough campaign last year, has already featured in four games this term.
Manchester City boast a wealth of talent in the central defensive area, with any partnership picked by Guardiola toRead on talksport.com