Manchester City are desperate to improve their homegrown quota for next season after losing the likes of James Milner to Liverpool, Frank Lampard to New York City FC and Dedryck Boyata to Celtic.
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Manuel Pellegrini is under pressure to spend wisely this summer, with players who trained in England in their youth an absolute must for the club if they are to meet regulations for the Champions League.
Read on to see the four players City will try to bring in to resolve this issue…
1) Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)
Long linked with a move to City, Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling is understandably a high priority for the club this summer due to his contract situation at Anfield. The talented 20-year-old looks more than likely to be quitting the Reds and would make a superb signing for Pellegrini’s side as they look to improve in attack.