City to sell Mangala

Porto are evaluating bringing back Eliaquim Mangala this summer. Man City have given up on expecting a big financial return from Mangala, so Porto will have no problems striking a deal with the Premier League champions. [via @ojogo] The Frenchman is keen on relaunching his career with the Portuguese club, but will have to take a... Continue Reading →

Real interested in City target

Real Madrid have turned their attention to Rodri. Real want the midfielder to delay any definitive decision on his future.  Real's problem is that Rodri wants his future finalised as soon as possible. Man City, among others, have also followed the player. [via @elchiringuitotv]

Barca following Sane

Barcelona have followed Leroy Sane closely and have no doubts about his quality on the pitch. However, the La Liga champions have doubts about Sane's attitude off the pitch. [via @mundodeportivo]

Emery on Pep style

Unai Emery on Pep: "Pep has made a mix. He has sacred principles, which are not touched, but these are only 50% The other 50% is made up of the situation and the variables. City have scored goals with long kicks from the goalkeeper, something unthinkable in his club..." Unai Emery: "...and his counter is... Continue Reading →

City face competition for Felix

Atletico Madrid want to sign the Joao Felix, suggesting that he is the dream, the goal, a new start for the era after Griezmann. Benfica are adamant on the release clause of €120m and Atletico face competition from both Manchester clubs. [via @abolapt]

City made bid for Lyon player

Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea have all bid for Nabil Fekir (25), while he has also emerged as a target for Real Madrid. Despite interest from the Premier League, the Frenchman would never say no to Los Blancos. [via @sport]

City losing transfer battle

Manchester City have pursued Matthijs De Ligt for a long time and were the first team to be interested in the player this summer. Before Barcelona emerged as frontrunners, City appeared to be the Dutchman's likely destination. [via @DuncanCastles]

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