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Manchester City looking to raise big money from player sales

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Manchester City are looking to raise 200 million pounds by selling players. They are looking to buy multiple players this summer season. Also, they are looking to sell numerous players this season. From these sales, they want to fund their summer transfer business.

Manchester City looking to make money.

Manchester City have already brought in Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez this summer. Thus, this has led to the possibility that Gabriel Jesus wants to leave the club. Arsenal are linked with the striker who is currently City’s No. 9. They want to make at least 45 million of Jesus’s sale.

Raheem Sterling is also wanting a move away from the club. Manchester City are looking to make 60 million pounds from the players sale. Sterling has only 12 months left on his contract and thus he could be moving out this summer. Chelsea, Real Madrid, and FC Barcelona are all interested in his transfer.

Furthermore, Southampton are interested in signing Gavin Bazunu who is a goalkeeper. Also, Pedro Porro has also agreed on a deal with Sporting Lisbon for a price of 7 million pounds.

Also, Yangel Herrera and Morgan Rogers are going to be sold. Rogers is going to be sold for 20 million pounds and also Herrera spent the whole of last season on loan with Espanyol. He is most likely to go there permanently.

Also, Manchester City earned 55 million from the transfer of Ferran Torres to Barcelona.

Furthermore, the club is also looking to sell Oleksandr Zinchenko, Nathan Ake, and Ilkay Gundogan if there are any good offers coming in for them. However, Pep Guardiola likes Gundogan and would like to keep him for as long as possible. Only if the perfect deal comes through, he will be sold.

This will take the total amount of sales up to 207 million pounds and it has a great possibility of the amount even reaching 300 million pounds.

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