City handed transfer blow

Manchester City could be pipped to Joao Felix by Atletico Madrid. City are hot on the player's trail, but Jorge Mendes is understood to be pushing a move to Atletico to better aid the youngster's development. [via @JamesNursey] Mendes feels playing regularly under D.Simeone could be a smarter ‘intermediate step’ than the financial pull of... Continue Reading →

City youngster leaves club

Noah Ohio has agreed a deal to join RB Leipzig this summer. The 16-year-old striker turned down the offer of a new three-year contract at City and is set to make a permanent move to Germany. [via @footyinsider247]

Felix agent will have meeting with City

Joao Felix's agent, Jorge Mendes, is about to have decisive meetings with Manchester City and Real Madrid. Felix’s destination could be decided on Tuesday since it’s just a matter of taking one of the two offers, with Manchester City offering the better deal. [via @cmjornal] Joao Felix is set to leave a list of clubs... Continue Reading →

Atletico fight with City for Felix

Atletico Madrid view Joao Felix as the main objective of the summer transfer window, but the player wasn’t initially convinced. Jorge Mendes, Felix's agent, has made him more receptive to the interest. Atletico want to beat City and Juventus to the deal. [via @diarioas] Atletico are willing to pay Benfica the attacker’s €120m release clause,... Continue Reading →

City and United fight for Maguire

Man City and Man United will go head to head for Harry Maguire. Leicester don’t want to sell, and it would take an offer in excess of the £75m to prise him away. Maguire won’t agitate for a move out of gratitude to Leicester for giving him a chance. [via @RobDorsettSky]

Rodri got multiple offers

Rodri's final decision will have nothing to do with money. Man United and PSG are also clubs willing to pay the Spaniard's €70m release clause. Proposals from Pep, Kovac and Tuchel have a lot of weight because the player feels he'd fit well into the style. [@mundodeportivo]

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