Jeremy Doku has been acquired by Manchester City from Rennes on a five-year deal. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
After lengthy talks, this high-profile deal has been approved, with a reported transfer cost of €65 million (£55.5 million).
Doku joins Mateo Kovacic and Josko Gvardiol as Manchester City adds a third player on its roster this summer.
The enthusiastic young Belgian winger said, “Today is a terrific day for me, both personally and professionally. Being a part of Manchester City, the best team in football, is an extremely unique experience for me and my family.
He went on to express his excitement for the chance to develop under the direction of manager Pep Guardiola and the acclaimed coaching staff.
Doku complimented the team’s Treble triumph and expressed his enthusiasm to assist to their future success after observing City’s outstanding accomplishments in the previous season.
The Manchester-based team has officially revealed that the Belgian winger will also don the number 11 jersey.
City’s attacking lineup has changed as a result of Riyad Mahrez leaving during the summer transfer window and Kevin De Bruyne’s prolonged hamstring ailment. In order to replace the vacuum left by their teammates, Bernardo Silva, Cole Palmer, and Phil Foden have stepped up to the plate.
Doku is a key asset for Manchester City because of his strong record at Rennes, which includes 35 games and six goals in the previous season.…… Continue Your Reading