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City Summary – 7 January: City to return for Laporte, Gabriel Jesus could face Everton, Bony to China?

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It’s time to catch up on today’s news – here’s your City Summary:

Manchester City have been heavily linked with Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber recently and according to the MEN, Pep Guardiola and Txiki Begiristain will meet this meet to discuss the move. Pep would also like to have a look at potential full-backs:

Manchester United faced Reading earlier today and it looks like George Evans rejected the shirt of Wayne Rooney. Although it later transpired that he received the shirt down the tunnel, due to the online reaction:

City youngster Manu García had a disappointing loan period at Alavés which resulted in a termination of the deal and he now looks set to join NAC Breda for the rest of the season. He today followed the club on Twitter:

Any issues with Gabriel Jesus’ transfer to Manchester City are now sorted, he could make his first appearance against Everton. However, City won’t make a fuss of announcing the Brazilian, it will be discreet with no press and simple imagery:

David Silva has been talking about his current deal and Merlin insists he’s very happy in Manchester:

Elsewhere it looks like Jason Denayer has been impressing the Sunderland Echo:

The man Manchester City are struggling to get rid of, Wilfried Bony, has reportedly been offered a staggering £210,000 per-week to play his football in China from this month:

Could he be set for a reunion with Manuel Pellegrini?

It’s well known that City are looking to sign a central defender for the long-term and it’s looking like Pep Guardiola would prefer Aymeric Laporte:

Jack Wilshere could be a target for Manchester City if Arsenal decide to sell the midfielder. The Blues have requested to be kept involved about any developments:

Fabian Delph has spent a large amount of time on the sidelines this season due to injury – he may head out on loan this window:

And finally, City have been on the end of some of the worst refereeing decisions this season, and the City hierarchy are keen to set up a meeting with referees’ chief Mike Riley:

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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