Manchester City to offer €100 million…

Manchester City to offer €100 million…

Paqueta is considering Manchester City as he assesses his situation at West Ham.

Brazilian midfielder Lucas Paqueta is currently negotiating a six-year, €100 million contract with Manchester City.

A six-year deal with Manchester City has been reached by Lucas Paqueta. Pep Guardiola was the subject of his conversation. The bid from Man City was 85 million plus 10 in bonuses. Without bonus requests, West Ham wants 110 million. ongoing talks, but Man City are hopeful given the player’s openness.

West Ham United manager David Moyes has confirmed that Manchester City has sent them a job offer for Paqueta, as Fabrizio Romano first reported on August 11th.

We’ve received an offer from Manchester City for Lucas Paquetá, according to David Moyes.

“At the moment, it falls far short of our valuation.”.

Paquetá’s expressed interest in joining the team that won a treble is expected to be a deciding factor in manager Pep Guardiola’s desire to strengthen the attacking midfield position. The Guardian claims that West Ham declined City’s initial offer of £70 million for the Brazilian. The club is willing to sell Paquetá for the right price, despite the £85 million release clause in his contract that will become effective next summer.

The Hammers understand that keeping Paqueta on the team against his wishes could have negative consequences. It must be emphasized that despite the circumstances, West Ham’s most expensive acquisition has behaved professionally over the course of the past week. The team’s Saturday match against Bournemouth featured Paquetá, who joined for £51 million from Lyon.

After signing a five-year deal for an estimated £50 million with additional add-ons, the midfielder joined West Ham in August 2022. In 41 appearances during the 2022–23 season, he scored five goals. This helped the team go undefeated and win their first-ever Europa Conference League championship, defeating Fiorentina 2-1.

He also developed into a pillar of the Brazilian national team. In his 42 games played to date, he has scored nine goals. He competed in the World Cup last year in Qatar, where he scored in the Round of 16 4-1 victory over South Korea.

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