6 Players That Manchester City Could Sign In January

3. Xavi Simons

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Xavi Simons is a very talented young player who hasn’t really been able to properly showcase his talent. He was a Barcelona academy player who then went on to play for the PSG youth team and then onto the senior team where he didn’t have much game time.

The Dutch international would love to join a team like Man City where he will get coached by Guardiola. According to Spanish outlet Fichajes.net, the Etihad hierarchy views the midfielder as a ‘market opportunity’ and therefore, ‘do not want to miss’ out on a possible deal, if the Dutch teenager does decide to leave PSG.

2. Erling Haaland

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The young sensation Erling Haaland has established himself as the next best thing in world football. He has an exceptional record for his age. At the age of 21, he has a better goal-to-game ratio (0.75) than Mbappe, Ronaldo, Messi, and Lewandowski. There are a number of clubs looking to sign the big man and a high-profile scramble is certainly guaranteed very soon for the Dortmund goal machine.

He just might be an excellent replacement for Aguero. His £65 million release clause is likely to become active this season and when it does City would most probably try and lure him to the Etihad stadium.

1. Harry Kane

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City are trying to sign the English striker since last season but for some reason, they just could not land him. Harry Kane is a clinical striker who has proven his worth. He doesn’t really seem to be at his best in the current season but it’s hard to forget how relentlessly he can finish the ball.

He has the ability to clutch against big teams and score some quality goals. He has scored 26 goals against the top 6 of the Premier League. The England captain was priced out of a £120million-plus move to City last season but it looks a bit difficult for City to sign him now, now that Conte is appointed as head coach of Spurs.

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