It’s yet another efflux from the Etihad. Manchester City offload another attacking option on a loan move following Jesus and Sterling’s switch to London.
Just a full calendar year since Kayky joined Manchester City from Fluminense FC, and he is already on his way out. The Brazilian’s maiden season at the Etihad was an impressive one, scoring seven goals and assisting three in 14 appearances for the U-23 side.
Kayky’s wonderful stats birthed a lot of rumours backing him to secure a spot in Pep Guardiola’s first team, as seen with Phil Foden and Cole Palmer. Manchester City have however taken a different route in helping the 19 year old reach the peak of his powers.
Fabrizio Romano has dropped reports stating that Kayky has arrived Portugal to finalize a temporary move to Paços de Ferreira. The deal is meant to keep the Brazilian at the Portuguese team for a whole season. An official announcement is set to emerge after medical tests today.
It’s been a touring phase for Kayky of recent. From native country Brazil, to England and now Portugal. The expectation is for the Brazilian to gain more experience to compete head and shoulders, and also fit into Manchester City’s first team after a year.