With only 37 days until the summer transfer window re-opens, every top club in Europe is scrambling for better new signings that will help them compete in different leagues when the new season begins, and today's example is Premier League side Manchester City, who have managed to sign one of the Brazilian star midfielders.
With Liverpool's Prodigal Son Philipe Coutinho still indecisive about his future, amid reports linking him to a move to AC Milan and a return to Anfield, his countryman Metinho has finally managed to fly to Etihad Stadium for a permanent deal, which would keep him at the club for the next five years.
Manchester City has reportedly signed Metinho Silu from Fluminense for a whopping € 5 million, according to sports expert Fabrizio.
The Cityzens send him on loan to Troyes, France, after completing his transfer contract, so he may gain more playing time and continue his growth.
Despite his young age, the 18-year-old has a bright future for Manchester City, as he already possesses good qualities and piercing techniques. However, Pep Guardiola will need to find some positive signs before the Premier League season begins next month if his side is to retain the title they took over from Liverpool.
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