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Manchester City insider provides transfer clarity on Jack Grealish and Mateo Kovacic



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The futures of Jack Grealish and Mateo Kovacic at Manchester City have been clarified by one insider around the club ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window.

The duo have endured mixed times at the club since their first arrivals through the Etihad Stadium doors, while the former has already enjoyed substantial silverware success since agreeing to a switch from Aston Villa in 2021.

During his time with Manchester City to date, Jack Grealish has won the Premier League in both of his two seasons in Sky Blue, adding a UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup in his second campaign.

As for Mateo Kovacic, the Croatian has been entrusted with a variety of roles in midfield since joining from Chelsea, and while his form has been relatively mixed, many supporters have offered rave reviews of his showings so far.

Despite their increasing responsibilities during the ongoing season, and a feeling that they will be relied upon heavily during the final weeks of the campaign, some reports have gone as far as to suggest that exits could be eyed in the coming summer market.

However, according to the information of Manchester City insider ‘Tolmie’s Hairdoo’ on X, both Jack Grealish and Mateo Kovacic will not be going anywhere this summer, despite some speculative claims from throughout European media.

That also comes as it is reported that those within the Etihad Stadium expect Manchester City to receive close to £200 million through player sales in the summer market, along with the futures of Joao Cancelo, Bernardo Silva, Kalvin Phillips, and Stefan Ortega to resolve.

Kevin De Bruyne’s name is also likely to be mentioned consistently in the coming weeks and months, with the Belgian’s name being highlighted as a potential blockbuster signing for the Saudi Arabian game and their ambitious officials.

Joao Cancelo and Bernardo Silva are likely to be targets for FC Barcelona in the coming summer window, however finances are likely to impact the size of any moves from the Catalan club, with Manchester City expected to issue substantial price tags on both men.

Kalvin Phillips finds himself in an increasingly difficult situation in the game having endured a torrid time on loan at West Ham to date, with individual mistakes costing his side and anger over performances from the viewpoint of Hammers fans.

Stefan Ortega is likely to attract interest from Germany and could side with a move should he seek increased game time that looks unlikely to be on offer at Manchester City due to the irreplaceable position of Ederson.