With still 37 days remaining for the re-shutting down of the summer transfer window, every top club in Europe is scrambling for better new signings, which will help them put a strong competition in different leagues comes the re-opening of the new season, and for today's example is premier League side Manchester city, who have managed to sign one of the Brazilian star Midfielder, after doing silent in this window.With Liverpool's Prodigal Son Philipe Coutinho still undecided about his future, amid speculations linking him with a move to AC Milan and a possible return to Anfied, his country man Metinho have finally managed to fly to Etihad stadium for a permanent deal, that will keep him at the club for a good five-years.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio, premier League title holders Manchester city have signed Metinho Silu from Fluminense for a reported € 5 million.After completing his transfer deal the Cityzens send him on loan to Troyes France, for him to get more playing time and continue his development.
The 18 years old has a promising future for Manchester blue since he already have good qualities and piercing techniques, despite his young age, but to retain the title that they took over from Liverpool, Pep Guardiola needs to find some good signs before the premier League kick-start next month.
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