Manchester City have completed the signing of the Brazilian wonder-kid Kayky, as per the Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Kayky currently plays for Fluminense and has been termed as the ‘next Neymar’ and has got a very bright future ahead of him. The 17-year-old will join Manchester City in June 2022.
It is understood that the sum offered is around the range of £10 million and there will be add-ons which may take the entire sum up to £17 million. Further, there is a 20% sell-on clause in the deal.
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City have also signed Metinho from Fluminense in the same deal and the player will sign a five-year contract with the Sky Blues. Metinho, 17, is set to join Troyes on loan. The fee offered for the services of the young midfielder is said to be around £5 million excluding the add-ons.
Jayden Braaf is another youngster at Manchester City who has shown signs of transforming into a world-class player in the future. The 19-year-old plays in a similar manner as Jadon Sancho and one could probably see Kayky and Braaf linking up sometime in the future.
All in all, the former Premier League champions are focusing on building a team for the future, and with upcoming stars such as Kayky, and Braaf, City’s attack will be in good hands. Moreover, Phil Foden, 20, has already become a regular in the XI and is one of the vital cogs in the City midfield.
Phil Foden is also known as ‘Stockport Iniesta’ and has shown that he is also a big-match player at such a young age.
Manchester City have certainly done a good job thus far having completed two impressive signings. The Cityzens must now focus on securing a treble as they prepare to face Tottenham Hotspur in the all-important Carabao Cup final this Sunday.
Manchester City will also play the all-important first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final against Paris Saint-Germain next week in Paris.