Manchester City are still rolling in the stacks this transfer window.
City have made over £120m from the sales of three first team players this summer: Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko. With the departure of other academy players on permanent or loan deals bringing the figure closer to £200m in total, the English club are still raking in more funds to add to their already robust financial side.
Pep Guardiola is more than equipped in the attacking area ahead of the coming season. The addition of Julian Alvarez and Erling Haaland to a side that already possesses Riyadh Mahrez, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish and Bernardo Silva, is indeed an overflowing arsenal of lethal attackers. As a result, Manchester City are letting young players who are not guaranteed of minutes in the Etihad team to depart the club if the right offer is made.
Pablo Moreno moved to the blue side of Manchester from Juventus U-19 team in a deal worth £9m in total in 2020. While the Spanish player is yet to make an appearance for City, he has a enjoyed a two-year loan spell at Girona.
The 20 year old registered just a goal in 25 appearances in Segunda Division during his time at Girona.
Recent update from Marcosbenito states that Manchester have agreed to sell the young forward to Portuguese side, Club Sport Maritimo on a permanent deal.
With the Spaniard moving across the globe in search of more minutes, City have added a buy back clause in his contract details, hoping he evolves to become the attacking sensation that they envision. As for now, Moreno still remains a diamond in the rough