Man City goalkeeper set for Eredivisie move

Manchester City goalkeeper Arijanet Muric is set to be recalled from his loan at City Football Group club Girona in Spain, and will be immediately sent out on another loan for the remainder of the campaign.

The Kosovo international has not had the best of spells in the second division in Spain, struggling for the much-needed game time that ultimately was the reason behind the move in the first place.


This has lead to Manchester City taking the decision to reposition the goalkeeper elsewhere, and have decided to send him on a six-month loan to Eredivisie club, Willem II – this according to Jack Gaughan of the Mail.

Muric will join a whole host of names that have been sent out on loan from Manchester City, with the likes of Taylor Harwood-Bellis, and Morgan Rogers also heading out on short term moves to further benefit their careers and knowhow of first-team football.

The business won’t end there this month, with Manchester City expected to work right until the deadline to secure moves for some of their brightest talents. It is expected that Jayden Braaf, D’Margio Wright-Phillips, and Patrick Roberts will all have a different picture on their future by the time we hit 11PM tonight.


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