After Finlay Gorman, Manchester City is interested in bringing in another Leeds United player.
Man City have struck a deal with Leeds to buy 15-year-old Finlay Gorman, and the Premier League winners’ shopping spree at the Yorkshire club will not end there.
According to The Athletic, it will be a British record transfer fee for a player of that age, breaking Jermaine Pennant’s 1999 move from Notts County to Arsenal for £2 million.
Man City has one of the greatest academies in the country, and The City Group has engaged a slew of skilled coaches to groom the next generation of football stars.
According to TEAMtalk, the Premier League champions will return to Leeds for another of their youthful prospects, with Harry Grey appearing to be the next target on their list.
Grey, who turned 15 in early October, is in the same age group as Gorman and is still two seasons away from being a scholar at a professional team.
He is highly regarded by the Championship club, but Leeds could lose him to what many consider to be the best team in the world.