Man City 'close' to signing Bournemouth's Nathan Ake
Posted on July 21, 2020
Manchester City are close to agreeing a deal for Bournemouth centre-back Nathan Aké.
As per iSports football API, the 25-year-old is expected to becoming Pep Guardiola’s first signing of the summer transfer window, according to The Guardian.
Guardiola is believed to be keen on strengthening his defence after a poor showing this season, and has been linked with a move for Aké repeatedly in the past.
The report states that City will pay a fee in the region of £35m for the former Chelsea defender.
Bournemouth’s relegation to the Championship was all but sealed following the 2-0 defeat to Southampton on Sunday, and will now find it almost impossible to keep hold of the Dutch international, according to iSports API football data.
Aké arrived at the Vitality Stadium for £20m in 2017 and has made 121 appearances for Eddie Howe’s side.
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