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City Summary – June 1: City close in on Liverpool target, Arsenal/City fight for Mbappé, City face transfer ban

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

Manchester City will have to face a trip to court after Velez appealed a ruling over City’s ‘unethical’ signing of Benjamin Garré:

NAC Breda are plotting their next loan moves from Manchester City – they have shown interest in six players:

Ederson’s move to City is all but confirmed, with just an announcement lacking from Manchester City – Benfica confirmed the deal had gone ahead for €40 million:

Even the official Twitter account of Benfica has said thank you to Ederson for his services to the club:

Although, any announcement from Manchester City is delayed by third party ownership issues:

Claudio Bravo doesn’t seem too affected by reports that Ederson is about to sign – he says that he’s not worried as he’s had competition all his life:

Pepe Reina to City..?! Apparently we’re one of the teams interested in him, along with Newcastle:

Benjamin Mendy is closing in on a move to Manchester City from Monaco according to Sky Sports, although nothing his signed, he has chosen City over Liverpool:

And it is expected to be completed after international duty:

He’s not the only Monaco man linked with a move to City – Pep Guardiola has positioned his side in the race to sign Kylian Mbappé:

Sky Sports also report that City are extremely interested in making a move for Virgil Van Dijk but fear his price tag will be raised due to interest from elsewhere:

Liverpool are set to face competition for Gaël Clichy this summer, Bordeaux have entered the race:

Joe Hart back to Italy? Reports suggest that Roma are interested in the English goalkeeper as a replacement for Wojciech Szczesny:

Mangala isn’t wanted by Pep Guardiola, Newcastle have offered £12 million for the defender:

Reports from South Korea today suggest City have been watching Barcelona attacker Lee Seung-woo at the U20 World Cup:

Congratulations to former manager Roberto Mancini who was today named manager of Zenit Saint Petersburg

And finally, it’s official – the king is staying! Yaya Touré has signed a new contract at Manchester City:

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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