Manchester City are set to lose promising academy defender Tosin Adarabioyo when his contract expires this summer, according to Goal.
Tosin Adarabioyo has been in a contract-stand off with Manchester City in recent months as it is believed his representatives are holding out for an up-front sum before a new deal can be considered. The 19-year old made his debut last season and has appeared three more times this season as he looks to break into Pep Guardiola’s squad.
But the chances of him playing for City again “seems unlikely” with Tosin set to leave after 14 years at the club. Adarabioyo joined Manchester City as a five-year old, appeared in City’s last two preseason tours and has played for England’s youth sides on several occasions.
Should Adarabioyo leave this for free summer then Manchester City would entitled to compensation as the player is under 24-years old. Everton and Celtic were among a host of clubs linked with Adarabioyo over the past few months and recent cases suggest City could receive anything from hundreds of thousands of pounds to possibly millions for their academy product.
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