Manchester City have reportedly set their price for Aymeric Laporte.
Giuseppe Giannino of Sky Sports Italia, via Tutto Juve, reports that Manchester City would demand a €30 million fee for the Spanish defender. It’s also reported that Juventus feel that the fee is negotiable with City.
[🚨🌗] #ManCity have set a £25m price tag for Aymeric Laporte, Juventus feels this price is negotiable because they are interested in the player.
— City Zone (@City_Zone_) July 7, 2023
Harry Watkinson of Teamtalk reports that Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in the City defender.
With Laporte falling down the pecking order at Manchester City last season, a move appears on the cards for the City defender.
Laporte has made 179 appearances during his time at City. He has won 5 Premier League titles, 3 Carabao Cups, 2 FA Cups and was part of City’s maiden UEFA Champions League title squad.
He also played through a knee injury to help City clinch the 21/22 Premier League title. Without his heroic efforts playing injured, City may not have secured the league title that year.
During the Premier League title celebrations after Manchester City beat Chelsea 1-nil, Laporte was pictured in tears during the celebrations
Aymeric Laporte is in tears at the Etihad. 😢 pic.twitter.com/v6ofCVrwUb
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 21, 2023
It may have been a hint of Laporte’s time with the Champions coming to an end.