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Man City's £40million transfer delay explained amid UEFA concern

Manchester City got a further look at what incoming winger Savio can offer as he helped kick-start Brazil's Copa America campaign overnight on Saturday.

After a frustrating goalless draw in their opening group game, Savio was brought into the starting line-up in Las Vegas by manager Dorival Junior. While it was Vinicius Jr who led the fightback for Brazil, scoring twice and assisting another, Savio complemented the attacker on the opposite flank.

After some trickery from Vinicius on the left, Savio was on hand to convert at the back post to make it 2-0 in the first half, displaying movement that Pep Guardiola will be delighted with when he finally gets to link-up with the winger.

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Savio later won a penalty as Brazil won 4-1, and looks well placed to retain his place on the right wing for the final group game with Colombia on Wednesday morning.

With the Copa America providing Savio with a platform to show what he can do, excitement will be growing at City over their incoming signing. The transfer has been expected for some time now, but is yet to be confirmed and might not be before the end of the tournament in the USA. So why is the deal taking so long?

Savio caught the eye with Girona in Spain, earning a place in the La Liga team of the season alongside Jude Bellingham, Vinicius, Ilkay Gundogan and Robert Lewandowski. That form showed City his ability on the big stage, but with Girona qualifying for the Champions League it has raised some transfer scrutiny.

As Savio was on loan at Girona from another City Football Group