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Phil Foden deal plan made clear as Man City get Julian Alvarez transfer clarity

Manchester City could have a quiet summer transfer window but it would not be a surprise for one or two players to join and others to exit the club.

Pep Guardiola's side secured their fourth successive Premier League title last month, pipping Arsenal to top spot on the final day of the season. Although City lost the FA Cup final to Manchester United, their campaign can be counted as a success after finishing at the top of the piece once more.

In an attempt to build and go for a fifth title in a row next season, City could strengthen their squad this summer. Rumours have been quiet on the incoming front, with Adam Wharton and Michael Olise among them linked with a move to the Etihad. However, City are likely to focus more on outgoings.

Julian Alvarez is someone who has been heavily tipped to leave City in recent days with his game time reduced during the second-half of the season. A number of clubs, including Atletico Madrid, are circling over a potential move for the Argentine, who scored 19 goals in 54 appearances in 2023/24.

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Below, MEN Sport takes a look at the latest media reports surrounding City...

According to The Sun, City will offer Foden a new contract worth £375,000 per-week after Euro 2024. The 24-year-old has three years left on his current deal, and although there has been no inkling that he could leave, City want to tie him down to fresh terms on an eye-watering sum of money.

MEN Sport says: Foden was nothing short of sensational for City during the 2023/24 season, scoring 27 goals and 12 assists in