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Manchester City news round-up: McAidoo, Silva, Foden


Manchester City has been making waves in the football world with a series of significant developments, both on and off the pitch. From securing the signature of a highly-rated teenage prospect to addressing the future of one of their star players, the Citizens are shaping up for an exciting season ahead. Meanwhile, one of their key players has taken a brief break from international duty for a very special reason, and the club’s financial health has been recognized as one of the best in Europe. Catch up on all the latest Manchester City news and updates in this roundup.”

Manchester City complete swoop for highly-rated teenager Ryan McAidoo

According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester City has secured the signing of highly-rated teenager Ryan McAidoo. Romano previously reported that the 15-year-old was looking to leave Chelsea, with Arsenal being the favorites to sign the attacker. However, McAidoo has chosen Manchester as his new destination and will initially join the club’s under-18 setup.

McAidoo is known for his technical prowess, boasting a good first touch and impressive dribbling abilities. The youngster also demonstrates strong positional awareness, using clever maneuvers to create space for himself. McAidoo is one of the many youth prospects poached by City in recent years.

Pep Guardiola hopes Bernardo Silva will stay at the club

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With Bayern Munich interested in signing Bernardo Silva this summer, Pep Guardiola has expressed his hope that the Portuguese star will remain at Manchester City.

“I hope he stays; he is a fundamental player for us, a gem of a player, as a person. If you want a player, you have to call him, and it hasn’t happened,” said the City boss. Silva has a £50 million release clause in his contract, which Bayern Munich are reportedly looking to activate in the near future.

Phil Foden returns to England camp after birth of child

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Manchester City’s star player, Phil Foden, recently left the England camp in Germany to attend the birth of his third child in England. The 24-year-old departed on Wednesday for a “pressing family matter” but will be available for England’s round of 16 tie against Slovakia in the 2024 UEFA Euros. The winger has started all of England’s games so far but is yet to record a goal contribution.

Manchester City Ranked Third for Financial Sustainability

Manchester City has been ranked third for financial sustainability by Off The Pitch, an organization specializing in the business of football. The ranking is based on financial reports from the past three years, assessing the financial health of each European club. Bodo Glimt and Molde are ranked first and second, respectively, with Manchester City being the Premier League’s sole representative in the top ten.

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