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Man City negotiating is helping them in the transfer market

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A frustrated Pep Guardiola called on Manchester City to be quicker and smarter in the transfer market as he lamented Frenkie De Jong's move to Barcelona.

City have also benefitted from the buyback clause.



However, just as the circumstances aligned for Angelino it is a bonus for the Blues to know - even if the exact figure remains unknown for now - that should Luiz prove himself in the Premier League and City find themselves needing to strengthen in that position, they will be able to bring in a player without complications.



City, like every other club, will not manage to land every top target and a stance that sees them refuse to pay what they consider to be over the odds for a player does not help in striking a deal before their rivals can muscle in.

The thinking is understandable: while the Blues are increasingly attractive for the best players in Europe, the arrival of Real Madrid or Barcelona into a bidding war can instantly turn a player's head.

With high expectations of Rodri and Fernandinho still going, that clause may never be exercised.

But the fact that City will have a buyback in the deal makes it an excellent deal for them.
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