In an unexpected transfer twist, Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic is on the verge of making a move to Manchester City in the coming days.
Renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano has reported that both clubs have reached an agreement on a transfer fee in the region of £30 million. The 29-year-old Croatian international is now set to undergo a medical examination with Manchester City in the near future. It is worth noting that Kovacic had already agreed on personal terms with the Premier League champions earlier. Follow your favourite Premier League team with attractive betting odds from Gclub.
The departure of Ilkay Gündogan from Manchester City has paved the way for Kovacic’s arrival. As Gündogan seeks new challenges, the stage is set for the Croatian midfielder to step in and fill the void left by the German playmaker.
During his tenure at Chelsea, Kovacic has established himself as an exceptional Premier League midfielder, showcasing his skills and versatility on numerous occasions. Now, with his imminent move to Manchester City, he will aim to leave a lasting impact at his new club.
Pep Guardiola’s side recently achieved an impressive treble, capturing the Premier League title, the Carabao Cup, and the UEFA Champions League. The expectations for the upcoming season remain high as they aspire to challenge for major trophies once again. The question on everyone’s mind is whether Kovacic can seamlessly replace Gündogan in the squad and contribute to Manchester City’s pursuit of further silverware.
The coming days will shed light on the finalization of this intriguing transfer deal and how Kovacic adapts to his new surroundings. Manchester City fans eagerly anticipate witnessing the Croatian midfielder’s skills on display, hoping that his inclusion will further enhance their team’s chances of continued success. Only time will tell if Kovacic can make a significant impact at his new club and propel Manchester City to greater heights in the upcoming campaign. Get the latest updates from the Premier League only on Gclub Sports.