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Manchester City defender set to leave in next four days

Galatasaray are closing on deal for Sergio Gomez in coming days

Manchester City first-team squad may see another departure in the coming days as Turkish transfer market interest emerges. The Turkish transfer window, unlike England's, remains open until February 9th, providing an opportunity for clubs to negotiate deals.

Manchester City concluded their January window with minimal major transfer activity. The most notable deals of the winter window were those involving Claudio Echeverri and Kalvin Phillips.

Echeverri and River Plate agreed on a long-term deal that will see one of Argentina’s most promising talents move to Etihad Stadium at the end of this year after extending his stay with his current club via a loan deal.

Meanwhile, out-of-favour defensive midfielder Kalvin Phillips completed a temporary switch to Premier League club West Ham United. He joined David Moyes’ side on a six-month loan agreement in hopes of securing consistent game time ahead of the European Championships.

Sergio Gomez’s future has been under scrutiny for long time

Sergio Gomez, another player who has found himself out-of-favour at Manchester City, is now being linked with a potential move away from the club. According to Turkish news outlets, Galatasaray have added Manchester City’s versatile defender Sergio Gomez to their ongoing market target list.

The 23-year-old Spaniard joined Manchester City from RSC Anderlecht in summer 2022 alongside Stefan Ortega Moreno, Erling Haaland and Kalvin Phillips - all part of Pep Guardiola's Treble-winning team.

Gomez has been primarily used as a left-back option but can also operate in central midfield roles or across the forward line - versatility that was showcased during his tenure with Spain’s under-21 set-up.

Galatasaray are on the serious lookout for left-back

Galatasaray manager reportedly wants to sign Sergio Gomez within the next few days. The Turkish giants believe that Gomez fits into the requirements of their manager, Okan Buruk.

This potential move could further reduce Pep Guardiola’s squad in the coming days. However, it also presents an opportunity for Gomez to secure more consistent game time and showcase his versatility on a new stage.

The next few days will be crucial in determining whether Manchester City's Sergio Gomez will make a move to Galatasaray or stay with his current team. For sports fans and sports betting enthusiasts alike, this transfer window promises to be an exciting period filled with anticipation and speculation.

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