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Manchester City Transfer News: City favourites to sign Barcelona forward, Pep Guardiola gives his opinion on the January transfer window and more - January 13, 2019

Suman Dey
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3.94K   //    13 Jan 2019, 21:00 IST

#2 Rabbi Matondo rejects new contract offer

Rabbi could be the next youngster to leave Man City.
Rabbi could be the next youngster to leave Man City.

According to the Sun, Manchester City's Rabbi Matondo has rejected a new contract offer with German clubs like Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Monchengladbach, and RB Leipzig reportedly interested in the highly rated youngster. 


The Citizens already have a tough time keeping young talents in the squad with Brahim Diaz moving to Real Madrid, and by the look of things, they are set to lose another one to top European clubs.

Guardiola has involved Matondo in first-team training and would not want him to follow the path of Jadon Sancho or Brahim Diaz.



#1 City emerge as favorites to sign Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona

Man City could make a shocking swoop for Dembele in January.
Man City could make a shocking swoop for Dembele in January.

Dembele signed for Barcelona from Dortmund in 2017. The departure of Neymar and an absence of a proper right winger prompted the Catalans to go for the speed and skill of the Frenchman.

However, since his arrival to Camp Nou, Dembele has been in the news more for the injuries and disciplinary issues rather than his performances. His unstable situation at Barcelona has drawn interest from all corners of Europe with Manchester City being favorites to sign the Frenchman in January. 

According to the Manchester Evening News, though Pep Guardiola has given his opinion about a relatively quiet transfer window, a player like Dembele would undoubtedly add more firepower to an already deadly attack. 


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Suman Dey
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A sports enthusiast and an avid follower of football. Since childhood I was encouraged to play cricket and in no time it became a hobby. Gradually I found interest in other sports also. Football is in my blood and I love the electrifying ambiance that surrounds it. I often watch the pre and post match analysis of a match and try to learn how to analyze a football game. The thing that intrigues me the most is that there are so many things happening behind the scenes that are oblivious to our naked eyes. The technological advancements that has been made are phenomenal. I like analyzing a game from a statistical point of view. Being a data guy myself , I am firm believer of providing insights through facts and data. Though a game is always unpredictable , analyzing it from different dimensions can provide some very interesting conclusions.
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