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Kevin De Bruyne dilemma and chairman's warning - Man City transfer state of play

Manchester City have taken the first steps to strengthen their squad for next season after Stefan Ortega signed a new contract.

There remains Saudi interest in Ederson though as well as Kevin De Bruyne, who actively welcomed it this week as he spoke about how he has to be open to everything in his situation. There was also comment from City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak this week, warning that clubs would not be able to do as much in the window as they normally would due to financial restrictions imposed by the Premier League.

As Pep Guardiola takes a well-deserved holiday, Txiki Begiristain and the recruitment team are hard at work to try and ensure the Blues are in a position to challenge for a fifth successive Premier League title. Here is how the window is shaping up.

Not normally an area of interest but things really livened up with news that Ortega could stay and that Ederson could leave. Come in, Scott Carson?

In reality, it still feels more likely that Ederson stays given Pep Guardiola has confirmed that he remains No.1. That news was hammered home at the weekend by Begiristain's comments about Ortega being a No.2. It is good news for the club that they have tied the German down to another short contract extension, although the framing of that has made clear that the place in the team is still Ederson's to lose.

City still have to have a goalkeeper lined up to sign in the window to protect themselves against losing a goalkeeper that they have complete faith in, but the Ortega news should calm the situation down.

City will get £20m from Southampton given a clause in Taylor Harwood-Bellis' loan deal was activated when they earned promotion to the Premier League. A similar deal could be struck for Callum Doyle,