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VERY SAD news has been announced for 28yrs old Manchester City player as the Club has blocked the player from joining his dream Club Newscastle United this January

Kalvin Phillips, 28, is currently unable to make his desired January transfer to Newcastle because of a move Manchester City is preventing him from making in January.

That’s what talkSPORT says.

What exactly is the issue with Newcastle when Manchester City refuses to let Kalvin Phillips transfer? Let’s examine this.

Newcastle to Kalvin Phillips encounters a problem
The England international is eager to join Newcastle this month, according to talkSPORT.

But it’s rumoured that Manchester City is keeping Phillips from collaborating with Eddie Howe because the Citizens demand a Β£5 million loan payment from the Magpies.

Furthermore, according to talkSPORT, Manchester City wants Newcastle to commit to buying the 28-year-old when the current campaign ends.

According to 90min, Manchester City values Phillips at Β£40 million. Given this, it’s likely that the champions want Newcastle to accept a Β£35 million mandatory buyout option after the Β£5 million loan expires.

Philadelphia 76ers Kalvin Phillips
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Howe is rumoured to be interested in replacing Sandro Tonali with the Manchester City No. 4, but a permanent deal is challenging because of Financial Fair Play constraints.

Although Manchester City wants the Magpies to agree to a permanent summer move before giving the Yorkshireman a thorough examination, Newcastle would be happy to take Phillips on loan. This is proving to be a challenge.

Manchester City will find it difficult to reach a purchasing agreement.
We think it will be difficult for Manchester City to persuade someone to sign a contract requiring them to purchase Phillips.

Since joining from Leeds United in July 2022, the Β£45 million player has only made two Premier League starts. He also had a shoulder issue that needed to be surgically fixed in September 2022.

Therefore, it makes sense that before agreeing to a permanent contract worth about Β£35 million, Newcastle and possibly other teams would want to give Phillips a thorough evaluation while he’s on loan.

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