Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, is reportedly considering a move to sign Gabri Veiga. Which would potentially give his team an advantage over Arsenal. Veiga is highly regarded in Europe. Has been on Arsenal’s radar, with the midfielder also expressing interest in joining the Gunners. Nonetheless, recent reports from The Athletic suggest that Manchester City might now join the pursuit of Veiga. Following their unsuccessful attempt to secure Jude Bellingham.
Reports suggest that Guardiola and city has shown interest in signing Gabri Veiga from Celta Vigo. With Jude Bellingham likely to join Real Madrid, City is exploring alternative options for midfield reinforcements. According to The Athletic, Veiga is among the players on Pep Guardiola’s list. The talented midfielder has a release clause of £35 million in his contract. Making a potential summer transfer a possibility.
Manchester City is reportedly interested in Gabri Veiga, as they anticipate the potential departure of Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan. Who have once again attracted attention from other clubs despite their significant contributions this season.
Guardiola and his interest for Veiga
The 20-year-old midfielder is having comparisons to the legendary Steven Gerrard of Liverpool. And is in widely in regards as one of the most promising talents in Spain.
Above all, considering the potential interest in Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan. Gabri Veiga has impressed Guardiola, and the club is considering him as a potential signing. He is in high regard as one of Spain’s most promising prospects.
Moreover, according to the Guardiola representative, there is significant interest in Gabri Veiga. With multiple teams, including those in the top 10 of the Premier League, inquiring about his availability. However, there is no confirmation of any contact from Real Madrid regarding the player. Additionally, Football Insider has reported that Manchester City is considering Bundesliga talents Jude Bellingham and Florian Wirtz as potential replacements for Ilkay Gundogan.
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