Manchester City News | According to rumors, some Manchester City players are dissatisfied with their playing time and are considering leaving the club this summer. Despite winning the Premier League and reaching the Champions League final in yet another successful season, it is believed that several first-team players are dissatisfied with their current positions.
According to The Athletic, Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling, and Aymeric Laporte are all unhappy. Their emotions are echoed by their teammates, implying that a reshuffle might be on the cards in the coming weeks. The unhappy group of players would ‘consider’ or possibly ‘actively advocate’ for a move during the window. City is rumored to be open to selling players who don’t want to play at the Etihad.
Even though the team reached the finale in Porto over the weekend in their pursuit of further titles, some players’ dissatisfaction dates back to the final – and the situation remains unchanged.
City is gearing up for a big buying binge now that the season is over. Something they had planned ahead of their Champions League match. Regardless of the outcome, Pep Guardiola is sure to receive a lot of support. Players who have turned their gaze elsewhere may be shown the exit door as a result of this prospective revamp.
With Sergio Aguero out of the picture, Jesus will be expected to step up and shoulder more of the load. He is thought to be irritated, though, by the fact that he is still unlikely to participate in City’s important games.
According to The Athletic, Joao Cancelo, Rodri, and even Bernardo Silva are not completely satisfied. Cancelo, a right defender, was linked with a transfer away last year. It is believed to have relapsed after being dropped frequently.
Rodri, on the other hand, has been quoted as saying he isn’t ‘thrilled’ with the way City’s season has ended. Despite his frequent playing time, Silva is the subject of murmurs about his future. Last week, Sportsmail exclusively revealed that Sterling and Riyad Mahrez are also on the chopping block. City is expected to fine-tune their team, with the two strikers being allowed to depart.