Manchester City are on the verge of losing another of their promising youngster as he reaches the final few months of his current contract.
The Cityzens lost Jordan Sancho last summer after he decided to try his luck in Germany with Borussia Dortmund rather than remain on the periphery of Pep Guardiola’s squad. His bold gamble has paid off and he has become an important first team member of Dortmund this season.
Another promising youngster who has been impressing for the Cityzen’s youth teams is Phil Foden and the England teenager seems to be considering a move abroad of his own.
Foden has played less than 50 minutes of Premier League football despite always impressing, and several top European sides have begun to consider moving for him.
According to Sun Sports, Juventus are leading the race for the talented midfielder. He has just under a year left on his current deal, and moving to the Old Ladies without signing a new contract could see the Italians pay just £175,000.
Manchester City are desperate to keep hold of him, but he would have to decide if he wants to go somewhere else so he can play or if he wants to remain a reserve team player at Manchester City.