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City Summary – August 22: Nasri exit talks due, Pep’s advice to Denayer, Bravo to sign on Thursday?

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It’s been a day full of City news – here’s your City Summary:

City were linked with French U19 international Issa Diop earlier this month and they have been again today. L’Equipe report that City have taken a serious interest in his performances and development:

In a time of prolonged bad news for Joe Hart, Sam Allardyce has offered the goalkeeper some assurances:

Joe Hart’s replacement is expected to arrive in Manchester on Thursday in order to complete his move to City:

According to the Telegraph, City have struck a deal with a unnamed Chinese Super League club that will see Wilfried Bony leave the club in a “highly-lucrative deal”. Bony will leave City on a permanent basis in January and may join West Ham United on loan until then:

City have completed yet another signing! This time in the form of Catalan doctor Eduardo Mauri:

How about this for a statistic? The ‘Pep Effect’, as some may call it…

Pep Guardiola has told Jason Denayer that he would be better off not returning to Turkey for another loan spell, and the City boss believes that a move to Portugal or Spain would be beneficial to his development:

Gabriel Jesus has been named in the Brazil squad for the upcoming international break, however Fernandinho somehow didn’t make the cut:

The referee for the game against West Ham United has been decided, Andre Marriner will be the man in the middle:

Samir Nasri to Besiktas? No deal has been struck between the two sides but talks will take place on Wednesday:

And finally, 8 years ago, Manchester City were graced with the arrival of Vincent Kompany for £6 million from Hamburg, he’s proved pretty important since:

That’s it for today. Keep your eyes peeled on @City_Watch and the site, day and night, as we work to deliver the latest City news, views, and other high-quality content.

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