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Three clubs launch ‘firm offers’ for Manchester City midfielder – Decision to be made soon



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Manchester City are weighing up their options for highly-rated academy talent Kian Breckin having received three ‘firm offers’ for the player this month.

The Manchester-born attacking midfielder was recalled from a season-long loan move to Wycombe Wanderers earlier this month due to a severe lack of on-field opportunities, and privately some concerns over his treatment, according to one source.

Since making the switch to Wycombe last season, Kian Breckin was afforded just nine appearances across all competitions for the club, including just two in League Two action, with Manchester City taking immediate action to resolve the situation.

In a brief statement on Wycombe’s official website, it was confirmed earlier this month, “Kian Breckin has returned to Manchester City, with his loan spell at Adams Park coming to an end. The midfielder made nine appearances for the Chairboys after joining in the summer, and we wish him every success for the future.”

Now, as per the information of Manchester City insider ‘Tolmie’s Hairdoo’ on X, the reigning Premier League champions have received ‘firm loan offers’ for academy midfield talent Kian Breckin from Stockport County, Notts County, and Crewe Alexandra.

It is detailed that Manchester City officials are now currently assessing the best destination for the highly-rated 20-year-old with regards to playing time and will make a decision in the next couple of days.

Discussions over the future of Kian Breckin coincide with the confirmed details surrounding Manchester City’s pursuit of attacking midfield talent Claudio Echeverri, who will join the Etihad Stadium side in January 2025.

City confirmed an agreement with River Plate on Thursday afternoon, revealing that Echeverri has signed a deal with the Champions of Europe until the summer of 2028, remaining on-loan with River Plate until the end of the calendar year.

Outgoing official Omar Berrada – who has taken up the position of CEO at Manchester United – is understood to have played a key role in talks over the signing of Echeverri alongside the likes of Txiki Begiristain at Manchester City, in what will be his final piece of business at the club.