Following a disappointing loan spell in Scotland with Rangers, which saw him make just 6 appearances in all competitions, Manchester City youngster Aaron Nemane is set to join Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles on loan for the rest of the season.
The club’s head coach, Jan van Staa, has confirmed to the local FOX Sports network that a deal is in the final stages and Nemane will play in the Dutch second tier, where he’ll hope to pick up more game time.
And he could be joined by another City starlet, with former Blue and current Go Ahead Eagles technical advisor, Paul Bosvelt, digging into his contacts book.
According to RTV Oost, Dutch under-19 international Javairô Dilrosun is also subject to interest from Go Ahead Eagles, who are 14th in the Eerste Divisie.
The highly-rated teenager was recently linked with a move to a host of prominent European clubs, with Liverpool, Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Valencia among the names mentioned.
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