Pep Guardiola believes Kalvin Phillips is the player he needs to complete a promising squad, especially after the signing of Erling Haaland. But negotiations with Leeds United are not going smoothly.
‘The Athletic’ reports that Manchester City have offered 60 million euros for the England international, an offer that will have to be assessed by his parent club in the coming days.
The Etihad Stadium are hoping that this offer will be definitive in order to carry out one of the biggest deals in English football this summer. Kalvin Phillips, moreover, is clear.
The English player himself is pushing his club to let him leave for that amount. The ball is in Leeds United‘s court, who will have to decide whether to let one of their key players go… or to keep him against his will.