Man Metropolis trying to type improvement partnership with Championship facet
In an attempt to continue developing some of its youngest candidates, Manchester City are looking to partner with championship club Swansea, according to recent reports.
This emerges from a recent report by Football League World, which claims that citizens admire the brand of football the Swans play and may try to use it to their advantage in the near future.
Although the Welsh club currently ranks 19th on the championship table, new manager Russell Martin is still trying to fully implement his philosophy.
It has been alleged that after extensive research by Citizen’s recruiting team, Swansea is seen as the best place for the club’s young players to develop due to its desire to play football on a possession-based basis.
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So if both sides agree on a working relationship, fans might very well see several youth members loaned out to the Swans, perhaps as early as January.
The Citizens U23s currently have 17 players on loan, including 18-year-old Dario Sarmiento, who plays for Spanish club Girona, and 19-year-old Yan Couto, who will be with Braga this season.