The citizens could be reluctant to sell established names to fund the movement of Norway international striker. However, so those surplus to requirements could be considered for sale to boost the coffers. Players among the first team squad have been included in the red list. The Portugal creative midfielder Bernado Silva and English forward Raheem Sterling are among the players in the list.
Nathan Ake is probably the least secure of the current first-team squad, sitting fourth in the centre-back pecking order and possibly fifth if Taylor Harwood-Bellis was to return next year. City would surely consider recouping the £40m they spent on him a fine piece of business, and his status as a homegrown player would strengthen their negotiating position with any English club.
It remains to be seen what plans City have for each player, but they can be confident that they again have a number of sellable assets if they need to boost their transfer budget to finally sign that big-name
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