Transfer Drama Unfolds: Guardiola’s Bold Move In Manchester City’s Squad
Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has reportedly expressed his lack of interest in signing Brazilian forward Neymar.
However, the club may still be in the running to secure the services of another attacking player, Julian Alvarez, by offering him an improved contract.
Meanwhile, City could face competition from Atletico Madrid for the signature of left-back Juan Pablo Di Marco.
In other news, it has been suggested that Neymar could potentially join Manchester City in the upcoming summer transfer window.
On the business side of things, Manchester City has reportedly earned a staggering £750 million from selling players, while also spending £1.5 billion on new signings, cementing their status as big spenders in the transfer market.
According to recent reports, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are looking to offload their star forward, Neymar, in the upcoming transfer window. Manchester City has been linked as one of the potential suitors for the Brazilian international, who is his country’s all-time top scorer.
However, new reports from El Nacional suggest that Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, is not interested in acquiring Neymar due to concerns regarding the player’s professionalism and off-field behavior. It remains to be seen whether Manchester City will pursue other targets in the transfer market or potentially revisit its interest in Neymar at a later time.
Atletico Madrid Are Set To Enter Into Competition With Manchester City For The Signature Of Dimarco.
Reports suggest that Atletico Madrid are eyeing a move for Inter Milan defender Federico Dimarco, who has previously been linked with Manchester City.
However, any potential deal for the Italian left-back may depend on Atletico Madrid selling João Félix. Manchester City were reportedly considering Dimarco as a possible replacement for João Cancelo, who may depart from the club in the upcoming summer transfer window.
City Face Competition from Tottenham for Maddison
Football Insider claims City will face competition from fellow Premier League Top 4 rivals Tottenham Hotspur for the England international‘s signature.