Man City is showing strength in the summer transfer market when it plans to recruit many of Europe’s top names to serve the ambition to conquer titles next season.
After making his first signing this summer as midfielder Ferran Torres from Valencia, City followed by the purchase of midfielder Nathan Ake from Bournemouth. Coach Pep Guardiola has not stopped there, he is looking for a defender and a capable back-up striker for Sergio Aguero who is showing signs of age.
Man City opened his first shot on the transfer market
According to the plan, Man City is expected to buy all 5 stars in the summer transfer window. The Etihad Stadium team is hoping to complete the blockbuster deals before September 12. Not stopping at Ake, Man City’s defense will continue to have more additions.
Most recently, the former Premier League king contacted Napoli about midfielder Kalidou Koulibaly. The Senegal midfielder is interested in many English teams, but has not yet had any official offers, in the context that Napoli announced that it would only release if he received £ 81 million.
Man City plans to recruit up to 5 recruits this summer
On public goods, Man City is facing a difficult problem when it comes to finding names that can replace the pillars of David Silva and Sergio Aguero. Captain David Silva officially said goodbye to Etihad and rookie Ferran Torres is expected to be able to fill the large void left by the “elder”.
Meanwhile, although Aguero will continue to stay in Man City next season, Man City needs to have a backup plan for the Argentine striker when he turns 32. The Manchester team is promoting to upgrade the attack with the name Lautaro Martinez. The main striker Inter Milan will be the top target of Man City next time.
Lautaro Martinez is the perfect alternative for Sergio Aguero
The star of a pairing quite well with Lukaku also expressed his desire to wear a more ambitious team than Inter Milan. Barcelona contacted to bring Martinez to La Liga to play, but failed because of the player’s price. Inter wants to raise £ 100 million from this deal, so Man City will have to consider when their transfer fund must be used for other more necessary goals.
Man City has completed the first sale of the summer transfer window, just a few days after rumors surfaced.