Read Up “In a few days, Man City will examine Josko Gvardiol for medical.” The Premier League winners and RB Leipzig have reached a £77.5 million [€90 million] agreement to acquire the highly regarded center-back.
The Bundesliga team reportedly wanted £86 million [€100 million] for the Croatian international, but City were able to complete the trade at a price that works for them.
The 21-year-old is scheduled to have a physical in Manchester before the end of the week.
Mateo Kovacic, a midfielder who joined City from Chelsea in June, is currently the club’s only summer acquisition.
Ilkay Gundogan, the team’s captain, left for Barcelona on a free transfer, and Riyad Mahrez just last week finalized a £30 million move to Al-Ahli in Saudi Arabia.
Additionally, there have been rumors about Bernardo Silva leaving and moving to Barcelona and Saudi Arabia.
The FA Community Shield match between the treble champions and Arsenal will be broadcast LIVE on talkSPORT on Sunday at Wembley.
To replace Tino Livramento, Southampton will move to recruit Max Aarons from Norwich.
According to manager David Wagner, the 23-year-old won’t be in the Canaries’ squad this weekend as they face Hull City to open their new Championship season.
Aarons, who this summer led England to victory at the European U21 Championship, is being considered as a direct replacement for Livramento, who is moving to Newcastle.
And he might even join the Saints in time for their August 12 match against Norwich the following weekend.
Newcastle and Southampton have already reached an agreement on a signing bonus for Tino Livramento.
The 20-year-old right back will cost the Magpies a total of £40 million in transfer fees, which will be split into an initial £35 million and a $5 million in add-ons.
As Livramento completes his move to St James’ Park, he won’t be included in Southampton’s traveling squad for tomorrow’s Championship opener against Sheffield Wednesday.
Additionally, it is believed that a sell-on clause will allow Chelsea to keep half of that sum, or £20 million, for the Blues.