Host of clubs watching the Bundesliga winger, Champions League ‘weighing heavily’ on key goal spirit – Man City’s daily transfer tally – # 32

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It’s often when things are going most calmly that you work out the details of large money transfers.

Today, those offerings range from the same old sagas we see every day, to an old name that comes up in the conversation.

however, City Xtra is here, as always, to cover the last 24 hours of Manchester City transfer news …


Arrivals


Kingsley Coman – Rumor Rating: 3/10

Sometimes it looks like Manchester City are addicted to signing winger. For the second time in the past two seasons, the club are linked with Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman.

Along with the Blues, Chelsea and Liverpool also seemed to turn their attention to the French international, according to reports from L’Equipe.

There have been reports in the past that the Etihad club may view Kingsley Coman as a replacement for the very talented Leroy Sané who left the club in 2019.

However, with Ferran Torres signing in the summer of 2020, the winger is a very deep position for Pep Guardiola right now.

My rumored rating of three comes from a few rumors that Coman might just be fighting for a new deal in Munich, and those rumors linking him to a move to England might just be leverage.

On top of that, Manchester City are unable to spend much of their transfer budget on a position already filled by at least four players.


Jack Grealish – Rumor Rating: 5/10

Two of Manchester City’s main transfer targets this summer are starting to look like they will bring long and painful negotiations with them – Jack Grealish and Harry Kane.

For Jack Grealish, the Villa Captain’s wishes are still an unknown quantity, according to information from athleticism.

A deal is on the table for the childhood fan of Aston Villa to renew his deal at Villa Park, but the allure of Champions League football is said to be “Weigh heavily” in the mind of the 25-year-old.


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Although some recent reports have suggested Manchester City are confident that an agreement between all parties could be reached ‘quickly’, the saga seems to go a long way with each passing day.

The reasoning behind my rumor rating of five is simple; this chord is starting to sound like a huge game of ‘tug of war’ between the two clubs, and it could go both ways.


Harry Kane – Rumor Rating: 4/10

The Tottenham star has apparently made up his mind – he wants to move to a club that will compete for the trophies on all fronts.

However, the price set by club chairman Daniel Levy is said to be £ 150million, far more than the previous UK transfer record.

For Manchester City, they’ve never spent more than £ 66million on a single player, but they see Harry Kane as the perfect replacement for new Sergio Aguero.

Despite this, the club remain interested in the England international, but several sources doubt they are willing to pay what it takes to tempt Daniel Levy to sell, according to reports from athleticism.

While the Premier League champions have significant resources, he said they won’t go for Kane ‘at all costs’.

The financial structure of this deal is the main reasoning behind my four rumor rating. Kane clearly wants to leave north London, and the Etihad is his favorite destination.

However, the chances of Manchester City doubling their previous club transfer record, if any, seem unlikely.


departures


Gabriel Jesus – Rumor Rating: 5/10

Gabriel Jesus was initially seen as Sergio Aguero’s long-term successor when he signed for the club at the age of 19 in 2017.

However, that plan has yet to come to fruition with the Brazilian proving to be an inconsistent goalscorer for the Premier League champions.

Some believe the 24-year-old needs to move away from the Etihad to kickstart his career, and recent reports have suggested that Juventus may well be the club to launch this.


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During the final day, Calciomercato revealed that Manchester City could be open to a deal involving the striker, but the Premier League club would need cash up front, in the range of $ 60-65million. euros.

However, it is said that Juventus are only guaranteeing the Brazilian on loan at the moment, with the possibility of buying the player in the future.

My rumor rating of five is in the middle as this saga could go either way.

Gabriel Jesus seems to need a new decor, and the club seem open to the idea. However, it will ultimately come down to the money – and if Juventus are ready to shell out right away.


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