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City Summary – June 7: City set to sign Sanchez, Caballero to Chelsea, Nolito and Delph to leave

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

Manchester City and Girona are set to make their partnership official and Brahim Díaz could be the first one out on loan to the Spanish side in the summer:

It looks like he’ll have a couple of friends from City join him too:

Nolito has had a strange interview, slamming the Manchester weather, the attacker claims he was in Seville with Sevilla’s sporting director by coincidence and has confirmed he wants to leave:

City have given him permission to speak to other clubs, however won’t allow a loan deal and would want £12 million for him:

Fabian Delph could be following Nolito out of the exit door – City value him at around £12 million:

Willy Caballero is leaving the club at the end of the month and he may well remain in the Premier League with Chelsea:

Spanish journalist Gerard Romero has reported that Manchester City have ruled themselves out of signing Fabinho despite being heavily linked with a move:

And he also had some other big news today… that Alexis Sanchez will sign for Manchester City in the coming days:

He was at an event with Pep Guardiola and Txiki Begiristain yesterday… did he get his information straight from the horse’s mouth?

City have been linked with a move for Kyle Walker this summer and he says he’s got no indication of his future from Spurs:

Juventus are unwilling to sell Alex Sandro this summer but may have their arm twisted by a large offer:

And finally, yesterday it appeared that Virgil van Dijk had joined Liverpool from Southampton however they have officially ruled themselves out of the race today – is there a way back for Chelsea and Manchester City?

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