Manchester City have been a bit dumb in this summer transfer window,after securing the signature of Eirling Haaland, Julian Alvarez,Ortega and Kalvin Phillips. Guardiola had let go of Raheem Sterling,Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko.
It has been rumoured Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva is likely to leave Etihad Stadium for Camp Nou,hence City are looking for a possible replacement,since Phillips is in for Fernandinho.
As reported by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester City have reached full agreement with Anderlecht to sign Spanish midfielder Sergio Gomez on a permanent deal. City will sign Gomez for a fee close to £15m,also personal terms fully agreed.
The 21 Year old is part of long term strategy,and he has good chances of to be part of the City first team. Romano reports, Manchester city board will decide future his with the headcoach Pep Guardiola,as could be loaned out to La Liga and another City group side Girona,for sufficient playing time.
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