Man City transfer news: City edges closer as Bournemouth accept Ake £41m offer

BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Nathan Ake of AFC Bournemouth arrives for training after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed at Vitality Stadium on May 20, 2020 in Bournemouth, England. (Photo by AFC Bournemouth/AFC Bournemouth via Getty Images)

Bournemouth accepts £41m bid from Manchester City for central defender Nathan Ake according to Football Transfer.

Just after signing Torres from Valencia, City’s bid for Bournemouth’s defender, Ake has been accepted. And It is understood that Ake’s £41m deal is Bournemouth’s club record transfer

Nathan Ake who had a buy back clause on him by Chelsea and links back to the club, joined Bournemouth for a club-record £20m fee in 2017 from London.

The Netherlands International has been a fan of Pep Guardiola, and the Spaniard has succeeded in signing the defender to solve his defensive problems.

After relegating to Championship on Sunday, Bournemouth have no choice but to accept the record bid by Man City on their best defender, and could also lose several players.

Having linked with several defenders like Napoli’s Koulibaly, Bayern’s Alaba, Atletico Madrid’s Gimenez, the citizens have finally Ake to sign for them.

After winning the ban appeal, the Manchester side is open to spending in the transfer market, after the manager was handed whooping £150m to spend.

Manchester City after losing Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich recently signed Spanish and Valencia 20 years old Feran Toress for just £27 Million., With Ake, City has secured their second transfer already.

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