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Euro 2020 is in the past and all eyes are now turning towards the start of the new Premier League season, which kicks off in just under a month.
Manchester City have a relatively tricky-looking beginning to the defence of their title, and face Tottenham, Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea and Liverpool within their opening seven games.
And some supporters may be getting worried that, as of yet, they have not made any new signings despite a number of rumours of reinforcements.
That could all be set to change soon, however, with the transfer market beginning to heat up.
Here is a look at all the latest gossip coming out of the Etihad…
'No chance' of Lewandowski move
Robert Lewandowski appears unlikely to move on this summer
(Image: Adam Warzawa/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
City have recently been linked with a big-money move for Bayern Munich's legendary Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, whose contract is set to expire in 2023.
However, BILD claim that there is 'no chance' of Bayern letting their star man go, despite talks stalling over a new deal for the player.
They also believe Lewandowski's notorious agent Pini Zahavi is 'playing his little games' in a bid to get his client a pay rise.
Whatever the case, City are still thought to be prioritising either Harry Kane or Erling Haaland anyway, meaning the transfer looked to have been a no-go from the start.
City 'reluctant' to splash out on youngster
Sporting Lisbon left-back Nuno Mendes is a man who is attracting attention from some big clubs at the moment.
The 19-year-old enjoyed an impressive 2020-21 campaign to help his side win the Primeira Liga, and he has also already earned five caps for Portugal.
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Hector Bellerin ready to 'slash his wages' to secure Arsenal transfer exit
The club are believed to be willing to let the player go after signing Wolves ' Ruben Vinagre, however, and have put a €50m (£42.7m) price tag on his head.
But according to Correio da Manhã City are 'reluctant' to pay such a high price, and may well choose to turn their attentions elsewhere as a result.
Dortmund standing firm over Haaland
Erling Haaland is also proving difficult to prize away
Another day, another Haaland update.
Everyone's favourite Norwegian forward continues to be linked with City and Chelsea, with the two oil-rich clubs known to be desperate to bring him to the Premier League.
But Dortmund are refusing to budge, and according to BBC Sport they have once again completely ruled out any hope of a sale.
It would certainly take an astronomical offer for them to even consider the prospect of letting their prize asset go, and it is looking more and more likely that any potential suitors will have to wait until at least January before they will be able to tempt the German giants into letting him go.