Manchester City has always had a settled squad with their first-team stars always staying put with minimal links to other clubs throughout the season. However, there seems to be a changing revolution at the Etihad with several clubs interested in the players on the roster.
Sir Alex Ferguson always kept things fresh by adding and selling one or two players a season, adding quality in-between, during the United dominated era and it feels like City are following a similar blueprint.
Now four titles in five years, the club will look to continue to thwart the toughest challenge from their nearest rival, Liverpool, as their excellence has pushed City to new levels.
Transfer rumours regarding Marc Cucurella and Kalvin Phillips have featured heavily on the back pages in recent weeks, while whispered rumours regarding Declan Rice remain a possibility given his hesitance to sign a new contract at the London Stadium. Matheus Nunes could also fill that central midfield role providing he does not join the Portuguese revolution at Wolves.
However, there could be more moving away from Manchester and into unfamiliar territory as City embarks on an Erling Haaland and co lead a new era at the Etihad.
Should those possible signings take place we look at the possibility of the departures that have been linked in recent weeks as Pep Guardiola would need to make room for squad registration. Man City Square look at the possible departures and rate their chances of finding a new home.