Bruno on his future

Bruno Fernandes: "I never said I wanted to leave, I'm fine here [in Sporting]. But there are clubs and proposals that you can't refuse. I will go away only if Sporting agrees with me. I have dreams to fulfil and one of these is playing in England." [via @cmdotcom]

City interested in goalkeeper

Eibar goalkeeper Asier Riesgo (35) has reportedly emerged as a surprise transfer target for Manchester City on a free. Riesgo would be regarded as third choice, providing that Bravo remains at the Etihad Stadium after recovering from an Achilles injury. [via @SunSport]

Juve and City struggle to strike agreement

Juventus are in talks with Man City about Joao Cancelo, but there is a gap of €10m between the clubs, with City offering €50m. Juve are considering including Cancelo in a potential deal that could bring Paul Pogba back to the Allianz Stadium. [via @cmdotcom]

Benfica change their stand on Felix

Benfica accept they cannot match the salary terms on offer at Europe’s leading clubs, including Manchester City and Atletico Madrid. They are working to persuade Felix’s choice of club such that he should spend one more season in Lisbon on loan. [via @DuncanCastles]

City refuse to pay asking price for Maguire

Harry Maguire struck a gentleman’s agreement with former Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha that he could leave this summer. United are willing to pay £90M to land him but City are reluctant to go beyond £80M; Maguire's preference is Manchester City. [via @sbates_people]

Pep plans for City attack

Pep Guardiola is happy to defend the domestic treble with Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus leading his attack, and Raheem Sterling available to play as a central striker if required. [via @MullockSMirror]

New twist in Sane saga

Manchester City believe Bayern are starting to back off Leroy Sane in hope he will run down his contract to lower his valuation. City have been given no indication during talks with Sane that he would prefer to leave the Etihad than sign a fresh deal. [via @MullockSMirror]

City plans for Felix

Manchester City are willing to buy Joao Felix and loan him back to Benfica next season in a bid to help them win the race to sign the £105million-rated striker. Pep Guardiola’s plans for the next season do not include adding another forward to his squad. [via @MullockSMirror] Atletico Madrid believe they have taken a... Continue Reading →

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