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Manchester City Transfer news and rumors: Summer Transfer Window 2022

Summer Transfer Window 2022 is starting from 10th june. Check out here the Manchester City transfer news and rumors for the summer transfer window 2022.

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Last updated: 08.06.2022
Manchester City Transfer news and rumors Summer Transfer Window 2022

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Summer Transfer Window 2022 is starting from 10th june. Check out here the Manchester City transfer news and rumors for the summer transfer window 2022.

 

Man City to sign Haaland

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Manchester City have confirmed an agreement to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland for £51.1m.

City have paid the 21-year-old's release clause and expect to pay £85.5m in total when agent fees, signing bonus and other costs are taken into account.

Haaland will join City on July 1, subject to the club finalizing terms with the player.

 

What are we expecting from Man City this summer?

Manchester City are targeting two more summer signings to go with Erling Haaland and are in the market for a left-back and another midfielder to replace Fernandinho (Daily Telegraph, May 31).

 

How likely is Jesus to Arsenal move?

Speaking on the Paper Talk on May 27, The Athletic's Adam Crafton:

"I think Gabriel Jesus' agent is trying to get him his best move and with Arsenal I think the question mark will be over the player's valuation.

"Arsenal may end up seeing more value elsewhere in the market but after the initial reports emerged that he was in talks with Arsenal, he had a really good spell of form at Manchester City.

"He was absolutely fantastic for the last few weeks of the season and that may influence the way Pep Guardiola looks at the prospect of losing Jesus.

"He could still be a massively important part of that squad even with Erling Haaland there and of course he was used on the right wing. But if he really wants to play as a centre forward then he might push a move through."

 

 

Who have Man City been linked with.

Bukayo Saka - Manchester City have stepped up their interest in Arsenal and England star Saka (Daily Mail, June 7).

Ben Nelson and Jarrad Branthwaite - Manchester City are keeping tabs on Leicester teenage centre-back Ben Nelson and have also looked at Everton youngster Jarrad Branthwaite as they bid to increase British talent in their squad (Daily Mail, May 31).

Kalvin Phillips - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is ready to rival Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola this summer in the battle to land Phillips from Leeds (Daily Mirror, June 6); Leeds remain hopeful Phillips will sign a new deal with them, despite interest from Manchester City (The Sun, June 2); City have set their sights on securing a new central midfielder, with Leeds's Phillips top of a list of replacements for departing captain Fernandinho (Daily Mail, May 24); City are identified Leeds midfielder Phillips as the long-term replacement for Fernandinho, who is set to end his nine-year association with the club this summer. Life-long Leeds fan Phillips will snub the advances of Manchester United to secure a move to the Etihad Stadium (Daily Mirror, May 19).

Marc Cucurella - Manchester City have targeted Brighton's Marc Cucurella to fill their problem left-back position and will make a £30m move this summer (Daily Mail, May 18).

Enzo Fernandez - Manchester United will do battle with rivals Manchester City for the signing of River Plate prospect Enzo Fernandez this summer, according to reports in his native Argentina (Daily Mirror, May 18).

Paul Pogba - Paul Pogba agreed personal terms with Manchester City but turned down a move to the Etihad because he was concerned about the backlash from Manchester United supporters (The Times, May 20).

Mason Mount - Liverpool and Manchester City have reportedly made "discreet" offers to Chelsea midfielder Mount amid interest from Manchester United (Daily Express, June

 

 

The latest players linked with a Man City exit

Raheem Sterling - Sterling is considering allowing his contract to run down and leave Manchester City on a free transfer next summer rather than join Tottenham or Arsenal for a fee (Sunday Mirror, June 5); Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are all in the market for Manchester City striker Sterling, whose contract expires in the summer of 2023 (The Sun, June 1); Real Madrid have stepped up their interest in Sterling, who will talk with Manchester City bosses about his future at the club after England's Nations League matches in June (The Times, June 1).

Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus - Arsenal have been offered hope in their pursuit of Manchester City's Zinchenko, with Pep Guardiola's side unlikely to block a potential move for the Ukraine star (Daily Express, June 7); Jesus' agent, Marcelo Pettinati, has claimed talks will progress over the Manchester City forward's future after the international break in June amid rumours linking him with a move to Arsenal (Daily Mirror, May 27). Arsenal are considering a double swoop for Manchester City stars by adding Zinchenko and Jesus to their list of summer targets (Daily Mail, May 27); Jesus's agent has confirmed talks have taken place over a move to Arsenal but also revealed another six clubs are interested in the Manchester City striker (Daily Star, May 12).

Nathan Ake - Newcastle have been told to splash out £50m if they want to sign Ake from Manchester City (The Sun, June 6).

Julian Alvarez - Manchester City have turned down offers from a number of clubs, including Barcelona, to loan striker Alvarez who will arrive in England this summer after finishing off his time at River Plate (The Sun, May 26); River Plate will receive an additional £1.3m from City so that January signing Alvarez can link up with his new team-mates in early July (Daily Mirror, May 26).

Ilkay Gundogan - Ilkay Gundogan could end up at Arsenal after being told he can leave Manchester City this summer - and he could reignite his Premier League career by playing in an entirely different position (Daily Star Sunday, May 22); Pep Guardiola wants Gundogan to stay at City next season (The Sun, May 21).

Fernandinho - Manchester City captain Fernandinho shocked his manager Pep Guardiola by revealing he is not planning to sign a new deal to keep him at the club beyond this season (Sky Sports, April 12).

Taylor Harwood-Bellis - Vincent Kompany will prioritise a move for Manchester City defender Harwood-Bellis if, as expected, he is confirmed as the new head coach of Burnley. Celtic are also interested in the England U21 player (The Sun on Sunday, May 29).

Liam Delap - Manchester City starlet Liam Delap could end up joining Southampton on loan next season (The Sun, May 13)

Gavin Bazunu - Everton are set to provide Jordan Pickford with additional competition by attempting to sign Manchester City goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu, who impressed on loan at Portsmouth this season (The Independent, May 13)

 

 

Man City contract news

Raheem Sterling - The forward will think about his Manchester City future after England's Nations League matches in June, when his contract with the Premier League champions enters its final year (The Sun, May 24); Sterling will wait until June before making any decision on his future at Manchester City (Daily Mail, May 13); Arsenal are ready to explore a move for Sterling should he become available this summer when his Manchester City contract enters its final year (The Telegraph, May 10).

 

Confirmed Man City signings

Erling Haaland - Borussia Dortmund, £51.1m

Confirmed Man City departures

Fernandinho - Released

 

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