It was another Josko Gvardiol-less day for Manchester City supporters, but one that brought about plenty more information in other aspects of the transfer window.
Outgoings were the order of the day, as the situation concerning Bernardo Silva took another turn with one club reportedly informing Manchester City of the transfer fee they have in mind for the Portugal international.
Elsewhere, England under-21s captain and former Burnley loanee Taylor Harwood-Bellis has had a price tag placed on him by Manchester City, as a summer transfer to one Premier League club appears more likely with every passing week.
As we reach the midway point in the third week of the summer transfer window, here is your daily comprehensive coverage of the Premier League champions and treble winners!
Al Hilal have informed Manchester City that they are ready to pay €70 million for Bernardo Silva. Al Hilal are prepared to offer wages of €50 million a year to Bernardo. Sources close to the player insist that he is yet to decide from the four options currently available: Moving to Al Hilal, PSG, Barcelona or extending his City contract. (James Benge, CBS Sports)
Bayern Munich have made a “very good” offer to Kyle Walker; a two-year contract with the option of another year. While everything has been negotiated, the problem is the Manchester City defender has not made any promises to the Bundesliga side. Bayern will negotiate with City if Walker gives them his “yes”. The Bundesliga club will ask for a deal at €15 million plus bonuses, with an agreement considered likely. (Florian Plettenberg, Sky Germany)
Manchester City value Taylor Harwood-Bellis at around £15 million, with interest from Fulham and West Ham. (Jack Gaughan, MailSport)
Bournemouth are ready to join the chase for Manchester City’s Carlos Borges, exploring a loan move or permanent deal. The Cherries have sent scouts to watch the Portuguese U19 international at the ongoing U19 Euros. (Pete O’Rourke, Football Insider)
Carlos Borges features on Nottingham Forest’s transfer shortlist, however no talks between the two clubs are currently active. The Manchester City forward is valued in the region of £10 million. (The Athletic)
Shea Charles will undergo his Southampton medical today – Monday – ahead of finalising a deal worth up to £15 million from Manchester City. (Simon Jones, MailSport)
Hibernian will not be making a move to sign Manchester City’s Lewis Fiorini on loan. (Daily Record)
Mateo Kovacic: Chelsea to Manchester City, (£25 million plus £5 million in add-ons)
Spike Brits: AFC Wimbledon to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)
Ilkay Gundogan: Manchester City to FC Barcelona, (Free transfer)
Enzo Maresca: Manchester City to Leicester City, (Unknown terms)
Rodolfo Borrell: Manchester City to Austin FC, (Unknown terms)
Liam Delap: Manchester City to Hull City, (Season-long loan)
Morgan Rogers: Manchester City to Middlesbrough, (Unknown terms, Permanent)
Josh McNamara: Manchester City to Southampton, (Unknown terms, Permanent)
Cieran Slicker: Manchester City to Ipswich Town, (Unknown terms, Permanent)
Herbie James: Manchester City to Tottenham Hotspur (Pre-Agreement, Permanent)
Terrell Agyemang: Released
Rowan McDonald: Released
Benjamin Mendy: Released
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