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Man City will now let £45m player leave in January but on one condition .



As of right now, Manchester City will allow a player worth £45 million to leave the club in January, but there is a condition that must be met. According to reports, Manchester City is willing to let Kalvin Phillips leave the club on loan in January.

There were rumors that the midfielder would be moving to Newcastle United during the summer transfer window that took place the previous year; nevertheless, he ultimately decided to remain at the Etihad Stadium because he stated that he wanted to compete for a spot on the team.Nevertheless, now that the January window is drawing near, some behind-the-scenes information has surfaced concerning the current circumstances with the 28-year-old and what the upcoming month would be like for him.In a recent report from 90 Minutes, it was stated that Newcastle is planning to move forward with a transfer move for Phillips. This is because intermediaries have informed them that City is willing to let him leave on loan in January, but only if the loan deal includes an option for the Toon to sign the midfielder on a permanent basis.


A deal of £45 million was struck between City and Leeds United during the summer transfer window of 2022, and the England international was acquired by City.Phillips has only made 29 appearances for the club across all competitions since that time, and he has only started five of those matches altogether.


The fact that the Englishman has only started one of the eight games he has played in this season makes it simple to understand why the Citizens are reportedly eager to move him out of the club in January. This is especially true if it means that they will be able to sell him in the summer and make some money off of him.


Looking ahead to January, if City believes that they will be able to function without Phillips in the squad for the remainder of the year, and if Newcastle is willing to accept a loan deal for the player that gives them the option to buy him permanently in the summer, then this could very well be something that is suitable for all parties involved, particularly if the midfielder is then given the opportunity to play on a regular basis.