Manchester City are said to be
City's 3-1 defeat at Anfield on Sunday left the Cityzens fourth in the table and already nine points off Jurgen Klopp's men. Despite City looking dangerous every time they went forward, they looked frail (at best) defensively with Pep Guardiola's failure to fill the void left by Vincent Kompany
With Laporte returning in early 2020, City will look to add another centre-back to their ranks, as well as replacements for David Silva
According to The Daily Mail, deals for the three potential newcomers will likely cost City £100m as the club attempts to maintain its status among Europe's elite.
With Silva leaving in the summer, many hoped to see Phil Foden
The 19-year-old is blessed with immense talent but has largely been restricted to substitute appearances in the Premier League
However, with the Sky Blues looking to spend big on another attacking-midfielder, we'll likely see Foden continue to struggle for minutes once more.
Despite a new centre-back, attacking-midfielder and a striker being the reported targeted positions, it wouldn't be surprising to see Guardiola also target a new left-back in upcoming windows.
Since arriving from Monaco in 2017, Benjamin Mendy
Along with new signings, City