Man City Close To Signing Tottenham Right-Back — Kyle Walker

Man City Close To Signing Tottenham Right-Back — Kyle Walker

Walker's addition will be welcomed by Guardiola and City bosses, with full-backs Gael Clichy, Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna all released by the club this summer.

Meanwhile, the protracted Kyle Walker transfer saga could be nearing the end, according to reports that surfaced on Thursday afternoon.

"That's what I've come here for, to play exciting football and the most important thing - to win titles".

It is understood that Spurs and City have agreed a deal in principle that involves an initial fee of £45 million.

In his 35 games in City colours last season, Sancho netted 20 times and came up with eight assists.

Nevertheless, Guardiola and City have inadvertently given Sheffield United an unexpected boost as they prepare for life in the second tier.

Now Manchester City are set to sign Walker after agreeing a deal worth over £50m with Tottenham for the England international.

Interest from Juventus is complicating Tottenham's move for Porto defender Ricardo Pereira.

In Trippier, Pochettino has a ready-made replacement for Walker although Tottenham are on the lookout for a new right-back. "But sometimes your path is not there, you have to move on". This time, I tried to be less selfish and to please everyone.

With that fee combined with whatever was already budgeted for, Pochettino will surely now have plenty of money to spend this summer. "I'm excited, and a little bit nervous, I'm not going to lie". The main thing that we've both said is just winning trophies.

Completed a controversial switch to the Etihad Stadium in 2015 after making it clear to those at Liverpool that he no longer wished to be part of the long-term project at Anfield.

Gundogan - who is working on returning next month from a knee ligament injury - was pushed into more attacking areas before being ruled out for the final six months of last season.

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