Manchester City is interested in three major transfer prospects for 2022.
Manchester City’s attempts to sign a striker this summer were unsuccessful.
Manchester City’s striker search, which began and ended with Harry Kane this summer, has been pushed back to the drawing board. With a plethora of top players due to become available in future windows, Pep Guardiola and his team now have the luxury of time to recuperate and examine their options.
Despite Guardiola’s public declaration of interest in Kane, Spurs refused to lower their £150 million asking price.
Even if the England captain led the Premier League in goals and assists last season, the fee is still a lot to pay for a player in his late twenties.
As things stand, City will be without a traditional senior striker until at least January, after Gabriel Jesus recently revealed his desire for playing out wide.
At the moment, Ferran Torres appears to be doing a fantastic job in the middle, but Express Sport looks at three major targets Guardiola should be keeping an eye on ahead of 2022.
Chelsea has been penalised by the FA for failing to maintain control of their players during a tense Liverpool match.
The huge Norwegian has had a great start to the season, scoring six goals in his first five games despite a summer of transfer speculation.
When his £65 million release clause becomes activated in 2022, a growing number of teams are rumored to be planning a move for the 21-year-old.
Haaland’s father, Alf Inge, was a Blues player in the early 2000s, and Erling was born in Leeds, just down the road.
Others, like as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Juventus, will undoubtedly be sniffing about as well, but City, if they play their cards right, might emerge victorious from one of the most competitive transfer sagas ever.
Everything was in place for Kane’s move to the Etihad this summer, except Daniel Levy’s approval to start the process.
Kane is said to have told the club early on that he wanted to join a team that was competing for silverware before his peak years passed him by.
Spurs will not be under any pressure to move him next summer because he is under contract until 2024, unless a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ is made. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”