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£125.5m spent, £188.8m made – Every player signed and sold by Man City this summer


The summer transfer window has finally closed and Manchester City were very busy, spending £125.5m on six players and selling 24 players for £188.8m. Pep Guardiola raised eyebrows letting Oleksandr Zinchenko, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus leave after they’d helped win him the Premier League title, but he’s replaced the trio and made a profit.

The Sky Blues have made £63.3m by cashing in on out-of-favour first-teamers and hot prospects that weren’t breaking into the senior squad, and they still look in good shape to defend their Premier League title this campaign. So who have they signed and sold?

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5th or lower


  • Erling Haaland (£54m from Borussia Dortmund)
  • Kalvin Phillips (£44.1m from Leeds United)
  • Manuel Akanji (£15.75 from Borussia Dortmund)
  • Sergio Gomez (£11.7m from RSC Anderlecht)
  • Stefan Ortega (free transfer from Arminia Bielefeld)
  • Emilio Lawrence (free transfer from Everton)


  • Raheem Sterling (£50.6m to Chelsea)
  • Gabriel Jesus (£47m to Arsenal)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko (£31.5m to Arsenal)
  • Gavin Bazunu (£12.6m to Southampton)
  • Romeo Lavia (£11m to Southampton)
  • Samuel Edozie (£10m to Southampton)
  • Pedro Porro (£7.65m to Sporting)
  • Juan Larios (£6m to Southampton)
  • Darko Gyabi (£5.2m to Leeds United)
  • Ko Itakura (4.5m to Borussia Monchengladbach)
  • Arijanet Muric (£2.5m to Burnley)
  • Claudio Gomes (to Palermo)
  • Ante Palaversa (to Troyes)
  • Marlos Moreno (to Troyes)
  • CJ Egan-Riley (free transfer to Burnley)
  • Luca Barrington (free transfer to Brighton & Hove Albion)
  • Kwaku Oduroh (free transfer to Derby County)
  • Jayden Braaf (free transfer to Borussia Dortmund)
  • Pablo Moreno (free transfer to Maritimo)
  • Fernandinho (free transfer to Club Athletico Paranaense)
  • Daniel Arzani (free transfer to Macarthur)
  • Ryotaro Meshino (free transfer to Gamba Osaka)
  • Thomas Agyepong (released)
  • Mohammed Aminu (released)

Time will tell what business Man City do in January.

In other news, Man City spending £71.5m and £20.6m-a-year on four players with two Premier League appearances this season

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