Josh Adam to Departure From Manchester City This Summer

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Manchester City’s Elite Development Squad wrapped up their underwhelming under-23 season with a 3-0 defeat at Reading, leaving them in 23rd place out of 26 teams in the restructured Premier League 2. The season’s poor performance came after dominating the previous format for three consecutive years. This decline could be attributed to numerous factors, including player sales, first-team call-ups, and significant injuries throughout the season.

Midfielder Josh Adam’s Departure Confirmed by His Father

In other news, midfielder Josh Adam will depart From Manchester City when his contract expires on June 30. His father confirmed the departure on social media, wishing him luck before his final game for City. Despite a solid record of 18 goals and 12 assists in 99 appearances across under-18 and under-21 levels, the club has decided not to renew his contract. The 20-year-old has reportedly attracted interest from European clubs and will become a free agent this summer.

Meanwhile, City’s loan players have been experiencing varying degrees of success. Callum Doyle helped guide Leicester City back to the Premier League, contributing to their Championship title. He had previously been instrumental in Sunderland’s promotion from League One and played in the Championship play-off final with Coventry last season. This recent success with Leicester might open doors for him in the Premier League.

Taylor Harwood-Bellis, another City loanee, will join Southampton in their Championship play-offs after the Saints’ hopes of automatic promotion were dashed. Should Southampton secure promotion, City stands to earn £15 million due to the obligation-to-buy clause in Harwood-Bellis’s loan deal.

In anticipation of the FA Youth Cup final, Manchester City encouraged fans in the South Stand to consider relocating, as Leeds United sold out their initial 5,000-ticket allocation. Also received an additional 1,500 tickets for the final. Tickets were set at a modest price, with City aiming to create a vibrant atmosphere to support their under-18 squad.

Additionally, Manchester City and Andy’s Man Club have collaborated to launch a men’s mental health support group at the Etihad Stadium, beginning on May 13. The sessions, open to all men over 18, aim to foster positive mental health and provide peer support. This is reflecting the club’s commitment to the well-being of its fans and the broader community.

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