Pep Guardiola signed a two-year extension at Metropolis this week, protecting him on the Premier League giants till 2023.
And extra re-signings look set to comply with.
TOP STORY – MAN CITY SET TO OFFER NEW DEALS TO STERLING, JESUS
Manchester Metropolis are set to supply Raheem Sterling a brand new deal, in keeping with the Mirror.
Sterling, 25, is contracted at Metropolis till 2023, however the membership are hopeful he’ll renew on improved phrases.
EXCLUSIVE: Man Metropolis set to supply Raheem Sterling new deal after securing Pep Guardiola extension | @MullockSMirror https://t.co/LCaNu45A2K
— Mirror Soccer (@MirrorFootball) November 21, 2020
Additionally beneath contract till 2023, Jesus
– Staying at Manchester Metropolis and Pep Guardiola is contemplating Benfica and Uruguay ahead Darwin Nunez as a successor to Sergio Aguero, in keeping with The Telegraph. Aguero is out of contract on the finish of the season.
Pep Guardiola contemplating Benfica striker Darwin Nunez as choice for Sergio Aguero’s successor – @mcgrathmike https://t.co/bcvj836XJc
— Telegraph Soccer (@TeleFootball) November 21, 2020
– Additionally popping out of contract on the finish of the marketing campaign is Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. Corriere dello Sport says Inter
– As Olivier Giroud struggles for sport time at Chelsea, the striker is linked with a transfer. The Mirror says David Beckham’s Inter Miami are contemplating making a proposal for the France worldwide in January.
– But to play within the Premier League this season, Dean Henderson could look to depart Manchester United. The Solar experiences the goalkeeper desires a January mortgage transfer to spice up his possibilities of protecting his spot in England’s squad for subsequent yr’s European Championship. It says Leeds United
– One other Manchester United goalkeeper searching for an exit is Sergio Romero. The Mirror experiences United are ready to simply accept £2.5million for Romero in January, having wished double that through the shut season.
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