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Mahrez set for Manchester City medical

11 July 2018, 03:54 | Anna Jefferson

Riyad Mahrez is expected to join Manchester City Credit Getty Images

Riyad Mahrez edges closer to £60m Manchester City move

Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez is set to undergo a medical at Manchester City this week, according to Sky Sports.

City kept a watching brief and were reported to be impressed by his return to the side and moved quickly once the summer internationals were over, to resume talks with their Premier League counterparts.

Mahrez was close to joining City on Deadline Day in January, but Leicester asked for £80 million (R1.36 billion) at the time, and City pulled out of the deal.

Leicester have successfully fended off interest in their star winger over four transfer windows and demanded £80m from City in January.

And Mahrez did not take the rejection well refusing to play or train for some time and even scooped up fines fined for his boycott.




Rob Tanner, a journalist with the Leicester Mercury and offer of of the official book to commemorate the Foxes' title success two years ago, expected Mahrez to go.

The manager remains in pole position to prise Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City, though an agreement between the clubs is yet to be agreed.

The rumours are not going away about Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo signing for Juventus with the 33-year-old Portugal captain ready to accept a £26.5m-a-year contract.

The majority of Leicester's squad reported back for pre-season training on Monday, but Mahrez and his Algeria team-mate Islam Slimani are not due back until next week having played in an global friendly on June 7.



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