The new deal of Manchester City Bringing Nathan Ake from Bournemouth has broken the Sales records.
Manchester City officially brought in a Dutch defender, Nathan Ake, from Bournemouth to welcome the 2020/21 season.
Reported by Mind-rakyat.com (PR) from Skysports, 30 July 2020, I landed Manchester City at a price of 41 million pounds.
The price broke the most expensive sales record for Bournemouth in its history.
As is known, Bournemouth was officially relegated to the Championship Division in the upcoming 2020/21 season.
I became a mainstay player in the Bournemouth back line by playing 29 times throughout the 2019/2020 season.
Previously, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola had refused to discuss City’s potential to bring Ake.
“We don’t want to talk about it first. We focus on completing the season,” he said.
English football observer and former England national team defender Jamie Carragher said Ake would fit in perfectly with City’s needs at the back.
“I like Nathan Ake and I think he will be very suitable for City,” he said.
Manchester City failed to defend the Premier League trophy won by the 2018/19 season.
Liverpool won it by winning the Premier League 2019/2020 after 30 years.
“There needs to be downward pressure on transfer fees and wages.” White heavy check mark
“Clubs like Man City can pay whatever people think they can dictate.”Money bag
“That’s not right.” Thumbs down
SJ says on MCFC’s move for Nathan Ake highlights why there should be a cap on transfer fees.
"There needs to be downward pressure on transfer fees and wages." ✅
"Clubs like Man City can pay whatever people think they can dictate."💰
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 30, 2020