According to The Mirror, Manchester City have joined the race to sign Andriy Yarmolenko in the summer transfer window.
The Citizens are set to be taken over by current Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola in the summer and a number of changes to personnel can be expected in regards to both ins and outs.
Players who seemingly don’t fit in with Guardiola’s vision of fast-paced, high intensity possession-based game can expect to leave the Etihad this summer and money will be spent of replacements.
Yarmolenko has long been linked to the Premier League and is naturally one of the most sought-after figures on the market.
He has 15 goals from 28 games for Kiev this season despite playing in a wide area, and clubs such as Liverpool, Arsenal and Everton are already eyeing up a potential summer move.
The Mirror reports that the talented winger is valued at £25 million, a figure unlikely to put any of the reported interested party off including Everton following their recent majority stake takeover by Farhad Moshiri.
But City are arguably the most attractive proposition for players this summer, with Guardiola factor and the Premier League riches making them a potential force to be reckoned with.