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Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty

Manchester City Transfer News: Despite spending almost £100 million on Erling Haaland and Kalvin Phillips, City is still actively seeking to reinforce at full-back.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is desired by Arsenal, and City is willing to allow him to depart after reaching an agreement on a transfer cost with the Gunners.

Brighton’s Spanish full-back Marc Cucurella is being sought after by City as a replacement. The Seagulls are doing their best to deter them by attaching a £50 million price tag on his head.

The Gunners are trying their best in the transfer market to fulfill the targets demanded by Mikel Arteta.

Manchester City Transfer News: City ready to move for Brighton’s Cucurella

Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty
Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty

READ MORE: Gunners close to signing Oleksandr Zinchenko

According to TalkSPORT, City is now prepared to make a bid for Marc Cucurella of Brighton. Oleksandr Zinchenko’s £32 million transfer to Arsenal is reportedly being delayed by City before they begin negotiations with Brighton for Cucurella.

The Spanish full-back joined Brighton from Getafe only a year ago. He was one of the Seagulls’ top players in the previous campaign. Brighton is prepared for City’s approach and will make a £50 million Cucurella demand in an effort to turn them away.

Zinchenko has a late change of heart over the Arsenal move?

Oleksandr Zinchenko, according to the website Highbury House, maybe having a change of heart about his rumoured transfer to Arsenal.

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Zinchenko’s sale to City has been agreed upon at a price of £30 million plus £2 million in add-ons. He will now undergo a medical at Arsenal before finalising the move.

Zinchenko is reportedly torn between staying and contending for his spot and taking on a fresh challenge at Arsenal, according to The Sun.

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In similar circumstances, Zinchenko declined Wolves in 2018. However, given how talented the Blues’ roster is, it is difficult to see how he can secure a regular starting spot in Pep Guardiola’s first team.

Manchester City Transfer News: Despite spending almost £100 million on Erling Haaland and Kalvin Phillips, City is still actively seeking to reinforce at full-back.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is desired by Arsenal, and City is willing to allow him to depart after reaching an agreement on a transfer cost with the Gunners.

Brighton’s Spanish full-back Marc Cucurella is being sought after by City as a replacement. The Seagulls are doing their best to deter them by attaching a £50 million price tag on his head.

The Gunners are trying their best in the transfer market to fulfill the targets demanded by Mikel Arteta.

Manchester City Transfer News: City ready to move for Brighton’s Cucurella

Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty
Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty

READ MORE: Gunners close to signing Oleksandr Zinchenko

According to TalkSPORT, City is now prepared to make a bid for Marc Cucurella of Brighton. Oleksandr Zinchenko’s £32 million transfer to Arsenal is reportedly being delayed by City before they begin negotiations with Brighton for Cucurella.

The Spanish full-back joined Brighton from Getafe only a year ago. He was one of the Seagulls’ top players in the previous campaign. Brighton is prepared for City’s approach and will make a £50 million Cucurella demand in an effort to turn them away.

Zinchenko has a late change of heart over the Arsenal move?

Oleksandr Zinchenko, according to the website Highbury House, maybe having a change of heart about his rumoured transfer to Arsenal.

Zinchenko’s sale to City has been agreed upon at a price of £30 million plus £2 million in add-ons. He will now undergo a medical at Arsenal before finalising the move.

Zinchenko is reportedly torn between staying and contending for his spot and taking on a fresh challenge at Arsenal, according to The Sun.

In similar circumstances, Zinchenko declined Wolves in 2018. However, given how talented the Blues’ roster is, it is difficult to see how he can secure a regular starting spot in Pep Guardiola’s first team.

Manchester City Transfer News: Despite spending almost £100 million on Erling Haaland and Kalvin Phillips, City is still actively seeking to reinforce at full-back.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is desired by Arsenal, and City is willing to allow him to depart after reaching an agreement on a transfer cost with the Gunners.

Brighton’s Spanish full-back Marc Cucurella is being sought after by City as a replacement. The Seagulls are doing their best to deter them by attaching a £50 million price tag on his head.

The Gunners are trying their best in the transfer market to fulfill the targets demanded by Mikel Arteta.

Manchester City Transfer News: City ready to move for Brighton’s Cucurella

Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty
Manchester City Transfer News: Brighton Set Cucurella Price Tag Amid Zinchenko Uncertainty

READ MORE: Gunners close to signing Oleksandr Zinchenko

According to TalkSPORT, City is now prepared to make a bid for Marc Cucurella of Brighton. Oleksandr Zinchenko’s £32 million transfer to Arsenal is reportedly being delayed by City before they begin negotiations with Brighton for Cucurella.

The Spanish full-back joined Brighton from Getafe only a year ago. He was one of the Seagulls’ top players in the previous campaign. Brighton is prepared for City’s approach and will make a £50 million Cucurella demand in an effort to turn them away.

Zinchenko has a late change of heart over the Arsenal move?

Oleksandr Zinchenko, according to the website Highbury House, maybe having a change of heart about his rumoured transfer to Arsenal.

Zinchenko’s sale to City has been agreed upon at a price of £30 million plus £2 million in add-ons. He will now undergo a medical at Arsenal before finalising the move.

Zinchenko is reportedly torn between staying and contending for his spot and taking on a fresh challenge at Arsenal, according to The Sun.

In similar circumstances, Zinchenko declined Wolves in 2018. However, given how talented the Blues’ roster is, it is difficult to see how he can secure a regular starting spot in Pep Guardiola’s first team.

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