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City Summary – July 6: Kelechi to Leicester for £25m, Delph linked with Stoke City, Clichy agrees deal

It’s time to catch up on today’s news – here’s your City Summary:

Manchester City officials were in Turkey today in order to discuss a potential move for Başakşehir forward Cengiz Ünder, the Turkish side later confirmed that a four hour meeting took place but a deal is yet to be agreed:

As Manchester City eye up one of their players, Başakşehir have agreed a deal with former City player Gaël Clichy:

It’s been reported that Nigel de Jong advised Clichy not to join Galatasaray and it looks like de Jong hasn’t taken too kindly to those reports:

The first batch of fixture changes were announced today – Manchester City will kick off their campaign at 17:30 in Brighton:

Bruno Zuculini could be confirmed as a Hellas Verona player in the coming days as the club look to make his loan deal permanent:

Fabian Delph has also been linked with a move away from Manchester City and it is believed that Stoke City have moved ahead of West Brom in the race to sign him:

Following Delph out of the door could be Kelechi Iheanacho – it’s believed that Leicester City are in advanced talks to sign him in a deal worth around £25 million:

And they weren’t the only reports linking Kelechi with a move to Leicester City – it seems there may have been a media briefing from one of the parties involved:

Rubén Sobrino has officially left the club after a successful period on loan at Alavés – good luck, Ruben!

Reports in Spain suggest that Manchester City had a €35 million proposal rejected for Sergi Roberto in recent days:

Highly-rated Tyrese Campbell left Manchester City last season and City could receive up to £1.75 million for the deal:

And finally, Joe Hart’s options seem to be slowly increasing, Watford have joined Newcastle and West Ham in the chase for the England goalkeeper:

That’s it for today. Keep your eyes peeled on @City_Watch and the site, day and night, as we work to deliver the latest City news, views, and other high-quality content.

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