Edin Dzeko and Samir Nasri could both be used in a deal to bring Juventus and France midfielder Paul Pogba to Manchester City this summer, according to Mirror Online.
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With their hopes of retaining the Premier League suffering a huge dent in the 2-1 defeat against Crystal Palace on Monday night, coupled with manager Manuel Pellegrini’s pre-match interview Sky Sports about the need to bring “big name players’ to the Etihad when the transfer window reopens, it appears City are already making moves to revamp their squad.
The Mirror report goes on to say that a deal for Pogba could include Nasri and Dzeko as makeweights in order to bring the ex-United player back to Manchester, but on the Blue half.
The tabloid also claim that former Arsenal midfielder Nasri is facing the exit this summer after reacting angrily to being dropped for the game against Leicester City last month. After not making the squad against West Brom before the international break, he only played the last 13 minutes at Selhurst Park on Monday.