City in position to break their transfer record

Barcelona and Manchester City are in a good position to sign João Félix (19) for his €105m release clause, but the La Liga champions are more willing to sign Antoine Griezmann, leaving Félix closer to being managed by Pep Guardiola next season. [via @tvi24pt]

City set price for Sane

President Uli Hoeneß is particularly enthusiastic about a wing duo from the national team in Sané and Gnabry. City have set a 100-million transfer fee, but Sané is hoping for another chance with Pep in Manchester. [via @BILD_Sport]

City interested in Isco

Man City, Man United and PSG are waiting for Real Madrid to make a final decision on the future of Isco (27). The three clubs would love to make use of the Spaniard's services next season, and are hoping for the green light to make their move. [via @sport]

France didn’t call Laporte

Benjamin Mendy and Aymeric Laporte have, once again, been left out of the France squad for their matches with Bolivia, Turkey and Andorra. Laporte is said to be in the "blacklist" of Didier Deschamps for reasons beyond just the sporting aspect. [via @francefootball]

City will add new coach

Daniele De Rossi is an option for Manchester City to be integrated into the first-team coaching staff next season. Should he decide to hang up his boots, Guardiola would gladly bring him to Manchester City. [via @CmdotCom_En]

La Liga president criticizes City

La Liga president Javier Tebas: "Clubs should get their income out of revenue they generate. The problem with City and PSG is they are state run clubs. It means if they want to sign a player, petrol money and gas money." Javier Tebas: "They are inflating the market to the extent other clubs have to... Continue Reading →

City group set to appoint Bielsa

City Football Group-owned Girona FC are looking into the possibility of appointing Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa as their first-team coach, following their relegation to the Segunda Divisiòn. [@mundodeportivo]

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