Reports from Etihad Claims Manchester City are Reportedly targeting to Hijack Chelsea and Paris Saint Garmin star Kelian Mbape during summer transfer window.Mbape is currently on form for Paris Saint Garmin and they heading to lift trophy in league 1 at the end of the season.the France star has attract the attention of various big clubs in. Europe the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City who are now winning the race to secure his services.Pep has been monitoring the services of the star and now is ready to lure him in the summer transfer window.Chelsea have shown interest in the star but have failed to get his wages and now Manchester City remain in upper hand to get the services of the France international.due his playing style Mbape has pase and strength to over take opponents with the ball.he is on his final year at the Club and he wants to secure new challenges elsewhere where in summer.last transfer they brought the likes of Ferran Tores from Valencia.
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