Man City agree deal to sign Sergio Gomez
Manchester City have won the race to sign talented left sided player Sergio Gomez from Anderlecht, beating the player's former club Borussia Dortmund and Spanish giants Real Madrid to snap up the versatile 21-year-old. Gomez currently plays for Spain's under-21 side, and is considered one of the country's best young players.
City will be delighted to have wrapped up a deal for the Anderlecht player, for a fee of around 14 million euros.
Gomez is comfortable playing in attacking midfield or at left-back, and is believed to be one of the reasons why City decided to sell Zinchenko to Arsenal, and opted not to make a move for Cucurella, who later joined Chelsea in a deal worth £60 million.
Gomez began his career playing for Barcelona, before making a move to Germany to join Borussia Dortmund. A transfer to Belgian giants Anderlecht followed, and the youngster flourished working in the club's first-team squad, catching the eye of Pep Guardiola's scouting team.
A deal will likely be announced on Friday afternoon, as transfer terms have already been agreed between the two clubs and the next step is a medical and for personal terms to be agreed with the player.