The Premier League Champions have made their Brazilian young talent Chaggas Kayky available on a loan.
Manchester City signed 17-year-old winger Kayky from Brazilian club Fluminense for a fee believed to be worth around £9 million plus add-ons £10m.
Manchester City’s pool of young talent has become deeper in recent years, with Phil Foden being the first of the youngsters to break through into the first team from the academy during the Pep Guardiola era, subsequently setting a precedent.
The teenager was set to remain in Brazil until the end of the 2021 season before either moving to City or going out on loan as planned.
However, despite training regularly with the Manchester City first-team and making various substitute appearances under Pep Guardiola during the second-half of the season, Kayky has played the large majority of his matches for the under-23s.
According to the information of Fanatik, Galatasaray were keen on bringing the 18-year-old to Istanbul from Manchester City in the summer on a loan deal about a month and two weeks ago.
According to a reports, Kayky could join a long list of Manchester City products out on loan next season, with Tommy Doyle, Taylor Harwood-Bellis, and plenty more promising young talents already on temporary deals with other clubs.