Manchester City ‘will take on Man United and Juventus to sign £70m Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele’ as they try and replace Fernandinho
- Manchester City ‘have identified Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele’ as summer target
- Pep Guardiola wants the 22-year-old France midfielder to replace Fernandinho
- City ‘are preparing a £70m offer but will face competition from Man United’
Manchester City ‘will compete with Manchester United to sign Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele’.
Pep Guardiola has identified 22-year-old France international Ndombele as the club’s long-term replacement to Fernandinho.
Manchester City ‘have identified Tanguy Ndombele as the replacement for Fernandinho’
City ‘are preparing a £70million bid for the France international midfielder this summer’
It comes after another transfer target, Ajax youngster Frenkie De Jong, decided to join Barcelona at the end of the season.
That has prompted City to turn their attentions to Ndombele, whom they came up against in the Champions League group stage earlier in the season.
Fernandinho, 33, remains an influential part of the City midfield but Guardiola and the club’s hierarchy are aware they need to find a replacement soon.
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