31 May 2023 10:45:24
Hi dear ed's , can you please , if you may provide us with a transfer list for mancity and the possible outgoings.
Thanks in advance

{Ed002's Note - Kyle Walker (RB) Manchester City have a replacement in mind. Milan would like talks. At the right price Aston Villa or West Ham may be interested. Player has said he will end his career back at Sheffield United, which means he could stay another season at MC.
Joao Cancelo (LB) Will return to Manchester City in the summer with Mendes seeking a new club - Barcelona may offer an option. Bayern Munich are unwilling to pay the €70M option but could seek a transfer at a lower fee. Arsenal may offer a wildcard option but the price may well be an issue.
Aymeric Laporte (CB) PSG will make an offer. Barcelona offer an option but will need to agree sales first. A wildcard would be Spurs or Chelsea if they fail to sign their first choice.
Kalvin Phillips (DM) Do not rule out Manchester City letting Kalvin Phillips go as they have a replacement in mind to upgrade him. He has been offered around and Liverpool may well be keen. Aston Villa or West Ham may provide a wildcard option.
Shea Charles (DM) Borussia Dortmund and Newcastle have registered an interest. Eintracht Frankfurth, Everton and RBL have sent scouts. I cannot see Manchester City selling this summer.
Ilkay Gundogan (CM/DM) Free Agent in the summer but the club could look to a new contract. Barcelona have added him to their list of economically viable options and have spoken with the player. The problem is he won't just want to be cover. Could be a low price addition for Juventus who are shuffling their midfield. I am not aware of any approach from Arsenal who would need the permission of Manchester City to speak with him. Depending what happens with Saul, Atletico may become interested. Bayern may look to him as cover, but again, he will want to be playing.
Bernardo Silva (AM) Barcelona and PSG are keen.
Erling Haaland (S) Team Raiola are open to negotiating with Manchester City to remove a termination clause from his contract. Real Madrid were intending to meet the clause in 2024 but may bring it forward a year knowing that PSG may look to an offer. Bayern Munich and Chelsea may still maintain an interest, but the player will likely want Real Madrid who may need decide between him and Mbappe. Affording Bellingham and one of the others in the same window could be a significant problem for Madrid who are looking to clear wages still. PSG would like to replace Messi and Neymar with Haaland.

Nahuel Molina (RB) Manchester City will look to adding the Atletico Madrid player.
Tino Livramento (RB) Conerns remain over his knee problems but Manchester City and Arsenal will be watching when he returns to play again. Chelsea have an option to buy the player back this summer but have opted to sign another already.
Kieran Tierney (LB) Newscastle have approached Arsenal to declare an interest in the player. Manchester City see him as an option to preferred target Ben Chilwell.
Ben Chilwell (LB) Wanted by Manchester City. Chelsea will resist a sale unless the player pushes. New contract to be offered.
Giorgio Scalvini (CB/DM) Chelsea, Manchester City, Inter, Spurs, Juventus and Southampton have shown an interest in the young centre back who has also covered for Koopmeiners as a DM this season. Southampton can be discounted, and probably Spurs with the Italian management gone. Napoli and Atletico offer wildcard options.
Kim Min-jae (CB) Napoli are not looking to sell and there is interest from Manchester United, Newcastle, Manchester City and possibly still Spurs. Potential Laporte replacement at Manchester City. He has a €70M release clause that could attract other clubs as well.
Max Kilman (CB) Agent has told several clubs, including Manchester City, Leeds and Liverpool that he could be made available by Wolves - but I am sure they are not looking to sell.
Axel Disasi (CB) West Ham and Spurs had a declared interest but after adding Aguerd in the summer would have ended that and Spurs to Lenglet on loan. Southamption interest will have gone. After the sale of BB Monaco will probably not be open to a sale, even though they have an obligation to buy another CB. Wildcards will be Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City.
Luka Vuskovic (CB) Kiddie who is attracting attention from Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Hamburg. From a footballing family any transfer would be complicated by his representation and his age. Clubs would need to tread carefully.
Alessandro Bastoni (CB) Can be discounted.
Josko Gvardiol (CB) Opted to join RBL to replace Konate over Leeds. Leeds, again, and Newcastle have asked after him but that interest will go nowhere. RBL do not want to sell but he is reluctant to agree a new contract, but that won't force a summer exit if he does not agree a contract extension before then. RBL want to include a significant termination clause in his new contract. Chelsea have him at the top of the list of CBs the club are still considering and tried last Summer and again in January to buy him, having a huge offer rejected - they are still talking to RBL but RBL don't want to lose two or even three players to Chelsea this summer and they have given a huge figure that would facilitate further talks and any chance of a move. One benefit that Chelsea has is RBL interest in taking a Chelsea player in the summer. Juventus, Spurs and Marseille have also sent scouts to watch the player and Spurs have asked about availability but they can all be discounted. Real Madrid have also spoken to RBL about the player and like Chelsea are very keen, but Madrid could not afford JG and Jude Bellingham. Barcelona, who had him as an option, have shifted interest to a Free Agent. Of serious interest to Manchester City and now first choice for them. A self-confessed Liverpool supporter and they are interested but have not declared any interest with his club, although they have asked after his availability. Will be scared away by the price if he comes up for sale given what they need to do in midfield. Very, very expensive. I expect Manchester City or Chelsea to win out.
Ben Chilwell (LB) Wanted by Manchester City.
Khephren Thuram (DM/CM) Interest of Manchester United has returned. Interest of Newcastle and Crystal Palace remains although I would discount Crystal Palace. RBL want him as a Laimer replacement and will push following initial discussions. Liverpool asked Nice about his availability given that they looking to add a more DM player and he could become first choice. If interest grows his price will rise and the club would sell given the emergence of Alexis Beka Beka and an impressive youngster in Reda Belahyane. Player wants PSG but they have no interest at this time. Wildcard is Manchester City and another potential upgrade on Phillips.
Ryan Gravenberch (CM/DM/AM) Versatile midfield player who only joined Bayern Munich last summer and won't be for sale. I am not aware of any approach by Liverpool to Bayern Munich and Team Mino are certainly not offering him around, but they have had enquiries from a number of clubs, including Manchester City. The player has made it clear he would like his next move to be to Manchester United. If Liverpool has gone directly to the player again they may want to start fearing the worst.
Matheus Nunes (CM/DM) Liverpool have looked at the Wolves player but deem him too expensive at £50M. Do not rule out Manchester City letting Kalvin Phillips go and replacing him with Nunes.
Alexis Mac Allister (CM/AM) Not going to happen.
Gabri Veiga (CM/AM) Attracting scouts from PL and La Liga. Real Madrid offer an option but the player wants to be a starter and he won't be there. Newcastle may make an offer. Arsenal are keen but need to make a decision about departures. For Manchester United and Liverpool, an alternative to Bellingham but both are working on others. Others interested in Bellingham could also turn to him - Manchester City even. Ironically, the goals have started flowing as he has switched to CM from AM. Celta Vigo will not look to sell unless relegated but will perhaps not refuse a very good offer matching his €40M release clause.
Mason Mount (AM) Yet to agree a new contract and could depart if he is not more reasonable in his demands - and his demands are very significant. Real Madrid and Juventus, both via a third party, have asked after him. Juventus won't match his wage demands but they have a tax advantage, but I suspect they can be discounted unless a trade for Vlahovic, possibly including another player, could be arranged. Real Madrid are looking to move on a couple of high earners in the summer so could afford him, but it depends on departures. Manchester City have declared an interest with Chelsea during discussions over another player. Barcelona have made a direct approach to Chelsea but the salary demands would be an issue. There is no declared interest from PSG or Bayern Munich, who are two other clubs who could afford him, although with a change of coach the situation with Bayern may change. Chelsea are rather miffed with him after making what they consider was a very good offer, and will sell in the summer if a new contract is not agreed. Manchester United or Liverpool may be intererested as an alternative to Bellingham but they would likely not want to match his wage demands and have not at this time spoken with Chelsea. However, change of agent leads potentially to the door of Manchester United.
Samuel Iling-Junior (LW/AM) Left Chelsea to join Juventus and is doing very well and playing for the first team although he only moved up from the NextGen squad when Juventus gave him a new contract to fend off interest from Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RBL and Spurs. The remains interest of Chelsea being open to a return and Manchester City being keen as an option to Saka.
Bukayo Saka (W) Manchester City are keen. Arsenal have agreed a new contrtact.
Wilfried Gnonto (F) Juventus have offered McKennie on a permanent deal for Gnoto. Manchester City want him as cover.

1.) 04 Jun 2023
02 Jun 2023 15:01:29
Brilliant info, thanks Ed002!

2.) 04 Jun 2023
03 Jun 2023 20:36:23
Thanks for the reply ed