Manchester City are ‘interested’ in signing left-back Robin Gosens this summer.
Spanish outlet Sport report the Blues are one of many top sides in Europe that are admirers of the Atalanta defender, claiming Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan have all made contact with him, while also suggesting Barcelona are interested in his signature.
Gosens has played a key role in Atalanta’s fairytale success in recent seasons at left-wing back and he’s been rewarded for his consistent performances with a place in Joachim Loew’s Germany squad for the upcoming European Championship.
The article reports the Italian side would consider sanctioning an exit for Gosens for a fee in the region of £35m, but the MEN understands City are unlikely to sign a new left-back, unless they can make room in that position with a sale.
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The Mirror reports Pep Guardiola’s side are set to receive a cash injection, though, claiming that Jack Harrison will complete his permanent transfer from City to Leeds on July 1 after his third successful loan spell with the West Yorkshire club.
That’s the date his new permanent contract with Leeds will commence and, while it’s officially an undisclosed fee between the two clubs, it’s said City will receive a windfall of between £10m and £15m for Harrison.