If Manchester City is kicked out of the Premier League due to their numerous financial transgressions, their stars will probably need to find other teams.

Since we are kind people here at Football365, it seems only appropriate to redistribute the composite portions of that Manchester City team right away to save everyone the administrative work.

Leeds native Zack Steffen

Although Jesse Marsch may have left, Leeds has committed too much to the Team America project to pull out at this time.
Southampton’s Stefan Ortega

Southampton has a fascination for signing Manchester City goalies, going from 1986 loanee Eric Nixon to Angus Gunn, then Willy Caballero (well, he was at Chelsea in between), and now Gavin Bazunu.
Liverpool’s Ederson

It would be entertaining to watch a Liverpool fanbase build itself into an impotent anger at the probable injustice of their talent going mostly unrecognized due to possible financial malfeasance, before being forced to retract their hot takes on Alisson against Ederson. Additionally, the individual once claimed that he would “certainly be up to the task” of playing in midfield for Manchester City, and Jurgen Klopp is


Kyle Walker – Spurs

Since Kyle Walker left Tottenham five and a half years ago, the club has spent about £120 million on right-backs or right wing-backs. Pedro Porro may be the exception to the rule of maddening inadequacy at the position, but Walker himself is the ideal replacement.

Ruben Dias of the Wolf

To avoid any misunderstanding, it’s a Jorge Mendes client.

Roma, John Stones

The center-half was a target for Jose Mourinho at Chelsea and Manchester United, but Roma will complete the hat trick. Anyone for Smalldini and Alessandro Nestones?
Nottingham Forest player Nathan Ake

The team from Nottingham Forest needs some new blood and a facelift.
Paris Saint-Joao Germain’s Cancelo

He won’t ever play for Manchester City again, therefore whether he is expelled or not, there will be an

That is actually a hilariously parodic name for a Bournemouth football player.
Man United’s Kalvin Phillips

He might be a strangely reversed Alan Smith, a Leeds legend acquired by Manchester United in the wake of the financial crisis and converted from a combative midfielder into a valuable, diligent striker.

Newcastle’s Ilkay Gundogan

that title. such an accent Bring about.
Crystal Palace’s Jack Grealish

However, with Wilfried Zaha on one side and the former captain of Aston Villa on the other, Crystal Palace games would never end due to the sheer volume of fouls suffered by evasive wide forwards, making Newcastle a funny destination for Jack Grealish as Miguel Almiron’s backup.

Aston Villa/Rodri

Rodri must make amends to an Aston Villa team that was wronged, as the scorer of what was effectively the goal that decided the 2020 League Cup final. Any impartial commission worth its salt would recognise this.
Bruyne, Kevin – West Ham

The Leon Osman tapes will already be prepared by David Moyes.

to instruct Kevin De Bruyne on the passing, crossing, creating, and general game-influencing skills. Do not enquire as to why. Watch, absorb, and be thankful.
Silva, Bernardo – Fulham

Marc O’Silva, the manager of Fulham, is not going to pass up the opportunity for the Irish father and son to reconnect at Craven Cottage.
Max Perrone is from Brighton.

A 20-year-old Argentine midfielder from Velez Sarsfield was acquired for £8 million in

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