The potential transfer of Josko Gvardiol to Manchester City has been making waves in the football world, with the Citizens leaving no stone unturned in their pursuit of the talented defender. In a recent meeting between Gvardiol’s representatives and the officials at Manchester City, the discussions were reportedly highly productive, leaving the club optimistic about the outcome.
However, despite the positive developments, an agreement with RB Leipzig still needs to be reached. Currently, it appears that Gvardiol’s transfer fee could make him the most expensive defender in the world. According to reports from the ‘Leipziger Volkszeitung’, RB Leipzig is demanding a whopping 100 million euros, plus additional bonuses, before giving the green light for the transfer.
Max Eberl, RB Leipzig’s Sporting Director, had previously acknowledged Gvardiol’s desire to move to Manchester City, stating, “Josko and his representatives have expressed their wish to join Manchester City. We are currently engaged in discussions with Manchester City, and there is not much more to disclose at this moment.”
The potential transfer of Gvardiol to Manchester City has generated significant interest and excitement among football enthusiasts worldwide. The 21-year-old Croatian defender has showcased immense talent and potential, making him a highly sought-after player in the market. If the transfer does go through, it would undoubtedly be a game-changer for both Manchester City and the world of football.