Manchester City’s Angeliño has become the fifth player to join NAC Breda on a loan deal, joining Manu García, Thierry Ambrose and Paolo Fernandes and Pablo Marí at the Dutch side, with James Horsfield expected to become the sixth in the near future.
The relationship between Man City and NAC Breda allows NAC to take four to six players per season on loan and confirmation of Angeliño’s move means that NAC Breda have filled their quota of six. NAC Breda gained promotion last season and are reinforcing their side with a number of City youngsters in a partnership that suits all parties.
Angeliño previously spent time on loan at Girona and Mallorca, although his time at Girona was cut short after the left-back failed to make any first-team appearances.
Interestingly, Angeliño’s departure means that Manchester City now only have one full-back available for the start of next season – Aleksandar Kolarov. It’s almost certain that Pep Guardiola will not start the new campaign with only one option, so is this further indication that a deal to sign Benjamin Mendy is all but complete?