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Monaco’s Benjamin Mendy dismisses talk of imminent Man City move

Benjamin Mendy has played down reports he is set for an up and coming move to Manchester City in the midst of hypothesis he has as of now traveled to England to examine the exchange.

Mendy’s previous Monaco colleague, Bernardo Silva, finished a move to City a week ago, and sources told ESPN FC a week ago that the left-back could be their next target. SFR Sport has since said the France worldwide is edging towards a change to the Etihad Stadium.

Mendy, 22, allegedly touched down in England on board a private fly, yet he reacted by posting a photo of himself on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, including wryly: “Manchester has changed. Quiet down lol.”

 

As indicated by Telefoot, City are likewise after Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe and have made a €130 million (£113.2m) offer for the adolescent’s administrations. The Daily Telegraph as of late detailed that Real Madrid had a world record £103m (€120m) offered for Mbappe rejected.

While his players’ fates stay indeterminate, Monaco mentor Leonardo Jardim’s own particular vocation way is additionally hazy.

Having quite recently taken the Principality outfit to their first Ligue 1 title win since 2000, Jardim’s stock is high and the 42-year-old has been connected with a move to Arsenal, ought to Arsene Wenger venture down.

Jardim’s agreement with the French champions goes through to 2019 after he marked an augmentation in 2015, yet he disclosed to L’Equipe he will initially hold converses with Monaco VP Vadim Vasilyev before choosing whether to stay at the Stade Louis II.

“That is a question you’ll need to ask me somewhat later,” Jardim said when asked whether it was his last L’Equipe meet as Monaco mentor. “This week will talk, I’m going to truly take a gander at the offers, what can happen, and after that serenely take a choice. I have demonstrated my identity in troublesome circumstances.

“The board and me know each other well. With Vadim, we’re ready to talk looking at each other in the eye, and say things to each other. We do that consistently, this time is the same to the others.”

 

 

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