Man City among three clubs chasing Theo Hernandez as ‘proposal’


Fiorentina director Joe Barone has issued an ultimatum to Dušan Vlahovič for the transfer, while City is also linked to French national team defender Theo Hernandez.

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Guardiola refuses to believe that the title match is over

While Manchester City has a huge number of world-class footballers at its disposal, it doesn’t have the biggest team in Premier League.

So there are some aspects of the team that would benefit from reinforcement. Especially with the left defender and in the middle.

It’s no shock that in recent weeks, City-focused transfer developments have focused on these two areas and that new news is available about some potential targets for Premier League champions.

Mirror sport has the latest speculation about City’s move.

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Hernandez reportedly had an offer from City

Vlahovic set an ultimatum for the transfer

In a conversation with Sport Mediaset (h / t Football Italy), Fiorentina director Joe Barone said he encouraged Dušan Vlahović to decide on his future at the club.

City are one of many teams linked to the Serbian striker in recent weeks, and although he is not expected to relocate in January, there may be a lot of waste for his signing in the summer.

Patience with the striker at the Florentine club seems to be running out, and Barone has been calling for clarity since the 21-year-old.

“Dušan Vlahović is now talked about every day,” he said. “We just want to talk about the team. We have already said a lot about him, we expect an answer from him and his entourage about what awaits us in the future.

“We have our plans and we activate them immediately.”

Hernandez handed City a “proposal”

According to Calciomercato (h / t A sports story), Man City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain “proposed very important contracts” to Milan left-back Theo Hernandez.

The French international has developed into one of the outstanding players in his position in European football, and with his shots forward he has provided the Rossoneri with a kick to the left flank.

The report says Hernandez is ready to fulfill the “promise” given to Milan to stay, and his current club is working to tie him to the new conditions.

Joao Cancelo has succeeded as City’s left-back this season, although he has played on the right for most of his career. Oleksandr Zinchenko is the only other option for the elderly available to Pep Guardiola.

City youth duo sign new contracts

Finley Burns and Shea Charles have agreed long-term contracts with City.

Both 18-year-old defenders have agreed on the terms under which they will remain at the club until 2027, indicating that there is a belief that both will make significant progress in the coming years.

Po Manchester Evening News, Charles studied at the City academy for many years, where he played for the U9 team. Burns came from Southend in 2017 and made his debut against the Wycombe Wanderers in the League Cup earlier in the season.

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