Man City transfer update as Rodri signs for Man City for £62.5M from Atletico Madrid, Man City close in on the signing of Sporting Lisbon youngster Felix Correia for €7m and Man City look like they will miss out on Leicester City defender Harry Maguire to Man Utd as price becomes the big issue. In the outs, Anthony Caceres signs for Sydney FC on a 2 year deal, Fabian Delph is linked with a move to Turkey with Galatasaray and Douglas Luiz is also linked with a move to Turkey with Fenerbahce. In contract news, I give an update on the latest with Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane. Enjoy the video! 🙂

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19 COMMENTS

  1. It'd be very helpful for our (City's) future if Pep could also work on bringing in Kylian Mbappe's little brother. If not, maybe Dembele from Barcelona.

  2. Keep up the great work, you will be on the major networks before you know it, (great talent in the making) as for city i am seriously loving every minute of our rise and the rags sslow painful demise, expecting amazing things too happen this season ,"love too see zero losses and zero draws " and not too mention 4 cups ,i would also like a shield. In pep we trust☺

  3. I saw Douglas Luis in last year’s pre season. He made a great impression. When asked if this player was ready for the first team Pep’s answer convincingly only contained one word: “Yes.” Or possibly, three words: “Yes, he is,” or “Yes, without doubt.” To hear later that he could not play because of administrative non-sense reasons was frustrating. Since then I have not heard a word about him until you mention him today (I thought he had been forgotten and left to rot in some foreign dungeon.) I wonder if Fenerbahce is “big” enough for Brazil? Are there any precedences? I know Fernandinho wanted to move to City from Shakthar to increase his possibilities to be selected for the WC. How does Fenerbahce rate internationally compared to Shakthar?

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