City continues to raise for Kane

After the departures of Angeliño and Harrison, Nmecha was the next to leave the club, which continues to accumulate liquidity to undertake the signing of Kane.

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After the sale of Harrison to Leeds, who paid about 13 million euros to take over the attacker's services, and the well-known departure of Angeliño to Leipzig, who executed his purchase option for 18 million, the next to leave money in the coffers 'citizens' has been Nmecha.

The young German footballer, one of the proper names of the U21 Euro Cup, whose goal in the final gave the trophy to Germany, returns to his country to play for Wolfsburg, which pays 13 million euros for his transfer.

The 'skyblue' team continues, therefore, making money to try to carry out the signing of Harry Kane, its main objective in this market. The Manchester club does not give up in its efforts to take control of the attacker, whom they consider could be a key piece to assault, once and for all, the Champions League. The next to leave could be Gabriel Jesús, in whom Juventus has been interested and who would leave a greater economic return in the coffers of the City.

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