Manchester city's head coach Pep Guardiola has identified Real Madrid's forward center back Jr as potential signing if they fail to bring Norway striker player who is currently in Dortmund. Pep has been following the players situation in his current club and have tried to bring a bid on the table but his current club Dortmund is not willing and ready to let the player leave the club.
The Manchester city manager has instead identified Jr as his potential signing and has started following his situation in Real Madrid.The player's contract with Real Madrid is expected to expire in the summer and different sources of news show that he is likely to sign up a new contract with his current club and may not be ready to leave Real Madrid.
Man City has been performing well and the club is determined to improve their squad and are likely to win the league.
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