Manchester City have been dominating the English Premier League for a while now, but failure in the Champions League still haunts them.After winning the Premier League four times in five years, it’s the coveted European trophy that the fans want to see next at Etihad.
Pep Guardiola has already strengthened his squad by signing Erling Haaland and is still looking to add more firepower to one of the best squads in Europe.
Long-serving agent Fernandinho has already left the club with Jesus, Sterling, and Bernardo Silva looking to follow in his footsteps.
According to the Mail, City are willing to let Jesus leave for £50m so they can invest in other players. Arsenal’s first bid of £35m was rejected last week and now City for the counter offer by The Gunners.
Raheem Sterling is linked with a move to Chelsea but both the clubs are yet to meet a price. Chelsea are willing to splash thirty-five million pounds on the Englishman while City are looking to receive sixty million.
On the other hand, Barcelona are interested in signing Bernardo Silva but their hands are tied behind the back cause of the club’s debt situation, the asking price of 85-90 Million Euros by Manchester City makes it tougher for the Blaugrana club. It is also in news that Silva wants to leave the club and he is waiting for Barcelona.
Erling Haaland has officially been confirmed as a Manchester City player alongside Julian Alvarez. Both young and prolific strikers were a much-needed move as The Blues desperately needed new forwards.
Oleksandr Zinchenko is set to leave the club with Pep Guardiola plotting a move for Marc Cucurella as his replacement.
Fabrizio Romano on Twitter wrote – “Manchester City are prepared to let Oleksandr Zinchenko leave as they are targeting Marc Cucurella, with an official bid coming soon – decision was made in May.”
While various sources have said that Brighton want £50 million to let their Player’s Player of the season leave, Manchester City are confident that a deal can be made for around £40 million.
With the recent signings of Haaland and Alvarez, what does the future hold for Manchester City?