City made offer for Sporting player

An offer is ‘prepared’ for Bruno Fernandes, and the meeting is happening in Manchester on Friday. Sporting director Hugo Viana is the one who will represent the Lisbon club, and is already expecting a bid to be made by Manchester City. Manchester City are ready to spend around €70m in the signing of the midfielder,... Continue Reading →

Klopp on City consistency

Jurgen Klopp: "If City win all their games, then I can only congratulate them. It is quite simple. They will have had an amazing season, an incredible campaign. They had an unbelievable 2017-18 season and almost matched their points tally from that year." Jurgen Klopp: "That’s absolute madness. You can only admire such consistency. I... Continue Reading →

City will not buy LB

Oleksandr Zinchenko has forced Pep Guardiola to rethink his summer transfer plans. Guardiola is ready to shelve his search for a top class left back due to Zinchenko’s outstanding performances as makeshift cover for Benjamin Mendy. [via @jamesrobsonES] Benjamin Mendy will still have to convince Guardiola he can establish himself as City’s first choice left... Continue Reading →

Pep interested in Partey

Pep Guardiola is interested in Atlético midfielder Thomas Partey (25) and has asked City to prioritise a deal, though it will likely cost a club-record £68m due to the release clause in his contract. Guardiola sees Thomas as the second coming of Yaya Toure. [via El Gol Digital]

Otamendy wants a move to Valencia

Nicolas Otamendi wants a summer transfer to Valencia after deciding to leave Manchester City. But whether the Spanish side are able to make that wish come true depends on several factors, chief among them qualification for next season’s Champions League. [via @Sammy_Goal]

Lyon president on Ndombele transfer

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas on Juventus’ interest in Tanguy Ndombele: "It is true. But there is also PSG, Manchester United and Manchester City... I would like to see Ndombele at Juventus with Pjanic, a player we launched at Lyon and to whom I am still very attached..." Jean-Michel Aulas: "But we’ll see what happens. I... Continue Reading →

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