Spanish media are reporting that Manchester City have reached an agreement to sign Jesus Navas, a 27-year-old right winger who plays for Sevilla.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, Navas will head to Manchester City at the request of soon-to-be manager Manuel Pellegrini. The newspaper reports that Sevilla were trying to sell Navas for £25million.
The highly-rated Spanish international had been tipped to move to Real Madrid this summer, but Manchester City would represent a new challenge.
What do you think? If City signs Navas, does that mean that Samir Nasri’s days are numbered at the club? And would Navas, who has lit up La Liga, be able to adapt quickly to the pace and physicality of the Premier League? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Manchester City reach agreement with Jesus Navas on summer move — 101GG
- Anzhi bid of £15.4m will not be enough for Newcastle to part with Papiss Cisse — The Independent
- Michael Laudrup’s concerns over Swansea City transfer deals — This Is South Wales
- Newcastle United are interested in Derby County midfielder Will Hughes — This Is Derbyshire
- Alan Smith on England’s tactical evolution since 1990 — The Telegraph
- Everton new manager shortlist features Rangnick, Martinez and Pereira — Telegraph
- Manchester City’s Maine Road: A pictorial history — Manchester City FC
- Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has attracted interest from a number of Russian clubs — Sky Sports
- David Moyes expected to bring Alan Irvine to Manchester United as coach — The Mail
- Fifa approve tough new racism sanctions — The Independent
- West Bromwich Albion investigating reports of Gabriel Tamas arrest — The Mirror
- Swansea’s Alan Tate has been granted a testimonial against his former club Man United — Sky Sports
- Is Brazil running out of time to be ready for the World Cup? — Evening Standard
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