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Manchester City Set Kalvin Phillips Price Tag Ahead of Highly Anticipated Summer Transfer Window

Manchester City Sets Kalvin Phillips’ Price Tag for Summer Transfer**


Premier League champions Manchester City are planning to sell Kalvin Phillips during the upcoming summer transfer window.


The midfielder has struggled to leave a mark at the Etihad Stadium since his transfer from Leeds United.


Phillips has spent most of his time at Man City on the bench, and it seems his tenure at the club may soon be ending.


As reported by Sport, Manchester City is prepared to let the midfielder go if they receive an offer of €30m (£25m).


The 28-year-old had a tough 2023–24 season, remaining out of favor at City until he was loaned to West Ham in January.


This season, Phillips made only ten appearances for City and failed to secure a regular spot in Pep Guardiola’s starting lineup.


After moving to East London, he started just three league games. David Moyes substituted him at halftime in one match, and in another, he received a red card.


Man City’s manager, Pep Guardiola, has no intention of keeping Kalvin Phillips at the club.


Due to his underwhelming performances at the London Stadium, he was relegated to the bench and subsequently left out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the upcoming European Championships in Germany.


According to a report in The Sun, he has been linked with a move to Everton, with Sean Dyche’s team considering a loan deal for the midfielder.


Despite the club spending £45 million (fee via Sky Sports) on him in 2022, Phillips is aware that his time at City is over, and after a challenging two years, he is looking for a new opportunity.


Phillips should leave Manchester City this summer

Phillips would welcome the chance to leave England and join a Champions League team if the right opportunity arises.


A move away from Man City is crucial for Phillips to revive his career.


The midfielder was one of England’s key players a few years ago, but his career has declined since leaving Leeds United.

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