Manchester City will sell Ederson for £50 million

Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson Moraes has been linked with a summer move away from the Premier League club.

According to Give Me Sport, Manchester City have now set an asking price for Ederson Moraes, and they will sell him for a fee of around £50 million. The Premier League champions do not want to part ways with the Brazilian international but will not stand in his way if he wants a summer departure.

The goalkeeper cost them £35 million when he joined them from Benfica, and the Premier League champions are looking to make a profit on him. It will be interesting to see if any club will pay £50 million for the Brazilian international.

Ederson Moraes has been a key player for Manchester City over the years, and he has established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the world. The player is only 30, and he would be a quality acquisition for most clubs. It will be interesting to see where he ends up.

He has proven himself in the Premier League over the years, helping Manchester City win every major trophy. If he leaves the Premier League club this summer, he will hope to join a club capable of winning major trophies. Perhaps a move away from the Premier League would be ideal for him. He has already proven his quality in English football over the years. He has been linked with Saudi Arabian clubs.

Manchester City will need to replace Ederson adequately

Manchester City will have to sign a top-class goalkeeper if he decides to move on. He has been a key player for them over the years, and replacing him could prove to be tricky. The Premier League champions will want to win major trophies every season, and they cannot afford to have any weaknesses in their squad. Signing a top-class goalkeeper should be one of their priorities if the Brazilian international leaves the club in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, the goalkeeper is at the peak of his powers right now, and he could be a key player for most teams. It is fair to assume that there won’t be any shortage of clubs hoping to sign a world-class player like him. But the reported asking price could complicate matters. Paying £50 million for a 30-year-old goalkeeper might not be appealing for every club.

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