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Michael Olise and Florian Wirtz sign, Kevin De Bruyne call - Man City transfer window predicted

After clinching a fourth successive Premier League title in 2023/24, Manchester City's aim for 2024/25 will be clear: make it five in a row.

For all of the current off-field distractions, City, on the pitch, remain committed to winning and being the best in class. They edged a thrilling title race last term, pipping Arsenal to the prize, and you can guarantee the Gunners will strengthen their armoury this summer to push the Blues every step of the way again next season.

Therefore, City will be keen to add fresh blood to their own ranks over the summer to try and stave off the threat of the challengers. However, much of the conversation is poised to centre around who could leave.

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Ahead of the transfer window opening on Friday, speculation is already rife about the futures of Ederson, Kevin De Bruyne and Julian Alvarez. There is plenty of interest in all three players from abroad.

As far as incomings are concerned, City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has already hinted that this summer may not be as exciting in previous years. With that in mind, MEN Sport's team of writers have had their say on what this summer's window could realistically look like at the Etihad Stadium.

Starting with outgoings, City will almost certainly attempt to try and get Joao Cancelo and Kalvin Phillips off the books this summer. Both players spent time out on loan in 2023/24 and Barcelona have already said they would like to keep the former but could struggle to finance a permanent deal.

Whether Barcelona can come up with an offer or not, City, one would think, will be inclined to accept an offer of