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Good news for Pep Guardiola, this Bayern top star is ready to sign for Man City

By Mario Perez

Pep Guardiola could be ready to sign a Bayern Munich star willing to join Manchester City.

The Catalan coach would be ready to make one of his first signings for next season

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola would have received great news in the last few hours, as one of his top priority targets for the Citizen’s next season would have already expressed his desire to leave his current club and could be negotiating with the Mancunian side soon.

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The player in question would be a superstar from Bayern Munich, who would have gotten disappointed with the latest decisions taken by the German dirigeants and the poor performance the team has delivered in the first part of the season under Thomas Tuchel’s management.

In this sense, according to the information appearing on the British site HITC, the Bayern Munich player would have recently shown his intention to move to the Premier League this summer, where alongside Manchester City, other clubs such as Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham have been also revealed as potential suitors of this player.

Despite the tough competence to be faced, according to these sources Pep Guardiola would have urged the Manchester City dirigeants to make an effort to sign the player, who would arrive to the team to replace Bernardo Silva and give massive versatility to the coach, who would see his squad’s depth increase.

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Who’s the player Guardiola wants for City?

This player would be none other than the German versatile 29-year-old midfielder Joshua Kimmich, who would be really open to the idea of meeting Guardiola at Manchester City, given his good relationship with the manager, who coached him at Bayern Munich and could favor his development in the Premier League in the next few years.


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