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He regrets leaving Guardiola, the player who could face a hard time at his new club

By Liam Styles

The player could cause big troubles in his new destination 

The player could cause big troubles in his new destination 

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Manchester City has lost several players during this transfer market window and Pep Guardiola continues looking for new reinforcements to keep on working on his project at the club, which could be seriously affected by the last departures at the club. In this sense, to Ilkay Gundogan’s exit, the Citizens added the departure of Riyad Mahrez, who left the club to join the Saudi Pro League with a lucrative contract.

However, according to the British press, they wouldn’t be the last players to leave Manchester City this summer, since superstars like Bernardo Silva or Kyle Walker have already been linked with a potential departure from the club. In the case of the English defender, he would be really close to sign for Bayern Munchen, and his potential arrival hasn’t been unnoticed at the Bavarian team’s dressing-room.

Despite having won the Bundesliga title last season, Bayern Munich wouldn’t be living its best time, as the Bavarians would be currently experiencing tension at all levels, and the potential Walker’s arrival would contribute to increasing that tension. Following information from the German media, several stars in the club would be irritated by the news reporting a three-year offer to the Manchester City ‘s 33-year-old player Kyle Walker, since the Bavarian club usually don’t give players over 30 a contract for more than a year as had been the case for Thomas Müller and Manuel Neuer.


The player expects to meet there another English international

Given that information, the change of scenery requested by Walker to Pep Guardiola could have a bad ending for the English international, who is expecting to seal the deal with Bayern and having the possibility of meeting Harry Kane in the Bavarian team if negotiations for the English striker are successful for Bayern in the next few weeks. 

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