Two Manchester City first team players are reportedly close to the club's exit door, following a rejected contract extension with the club.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola, have been suffering a blow as two of his first team regular players have rejected a contract extension that will see them spent the next couples of years with the club.
Leroy Sane have rejected a contract offer by the club while IIkay Gundogan has also tell the club he wants to leave to play the Turkish league.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola have reportedly stated according to the Daily Mail that, Leroy Sane is set to leave as he has rejected a contract extension by the club, and his running contract is going to expires this summer.
Bayern Munich are interested in the 24 years old German international, and Man City would rather sell him off this summer than to loose him when his contract expires next year.
However, IIkay Gundogan has also admitted he is interested in a move to Turkey where his family hails from.
Though his contract with the Etihad would expires in 2023, and he would be 32 years old by then.
Manchester City will need to rush to the transfer market and find a Bette replacement for the outgoing players including the aged David Silva who would also be seeing his way out of the club this summer.
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