Pep Guardiola is likely to be handed extra funds in the January transfer window in order to bolster his squad and he may target 3 products of the Valencia youth system.
It is no secret that Manchester City are lacking high-quality at the full-back position and it is widely reported that the club will be looking to improve the position during the next few transfer windows.
It was reported that City would hand Pep Guardiola over £100 million in order to strengthen the positions and he has identified four potential targets: Juan Bernat, Alex Grimaldo, José Gayà and Hector Bellerín.
Hector Bellerín has been strongly linked with City in the last few weeks however Pep Guardiola faces stiff competition from former club Barcelona for the defenders signature.
Valencian publication, Superdeporte, believe that City and Pep Guardiola have been watching a trio of talent from the Valencia youth ranks – Juan Bernat of Bayern Munich, Alex Grimaldo of Benfica and José Gayà who currently remains at Valencia.