City ready to buy Juventus player

Manchester City are preparing a £50m (€56m) bid for Juventus right-back Joao Cancelo, who is reportedly the signing to replace the Inter-bound Danilo and to provide competition for Kyle Walker. [via @SunSport]

City ready to pay 70 million euro

Manchester City are willing to pay the 70 million euro clause that would release the Rodrigo Hernandez from his deal with Atletico Madrid. The player needs to approve this offer before the deal is complete. [via @DiMarzio]

Bundesliga clubs interested in City player

Lukas Nmecha has been linked with a loan move the Bundesliga, with Borussia Monchengladbach one of the possible destinations. [via @swearimnotpaul] Lukas Nmecha: "Maybe I will be loaned again, maybe I will come to Germany. There are prospects, there are some clubs in the Bundesliga."

City target Japanese player

Manchester City are making a move for seventeen year old Japanese attacking midfielder Takefusa Kubo. City plan to loan the FC Tokyo and former Barca youth player out if they manage to get his signature. [via @nikkansports]

City target praises Bernardo

Bruno Fernandes: "Playing next to Bernardo [Silva] would be very good, City would be a great opportunity. Being able to play alongside a player like him would make things ever simpler."

Chilwell on Pep

Ben Chilwell: "Pep said he thought I was a really talented player and he wanted me to keep playing well, getting up and down the pitch and never going away from it. It was nice for such a successful manager to say I’m a good player." [via @MirrorFootball]

Competition for Joao Felix intensifies

Both Manchester clubs are embroiled in a tug of war with Real Madrid for Joao Felix. Both Premier League clubs will have scouts watching Felix in Portugal’s Nations League semi-final against Switzerland in Porto on Wednesday night. [via @DExpress_Sport]

Bayern priced out over Sane transfer

Leroy Sane's move to Bayern Munich is on the ropes after they were priced out over Man City's "insane" demands. [via @SunSport] Manchester City have refused Bayern Munich's first bid of €80m and will not accept anything less than €100m. Bayern believe this is too much and will decide whether they will retry with a... Continue Reading →

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