Who would Manchester City fans not mind seeing leave this month?

As the January transfer window passes the halfway mark, HITC Sport has put together a poll looking at the Manchester City players that perhaps some would not mind seeing move on this month. But before we give the fans the chance to vote, here is a look at the five contenders…

Claudio Bravo

Manchester City’s Claudio Bravo, John Stones and David Silva

Claudio Bravo’s form has perhaps led to the greatest question mark about Pep Guardiola since his arrival in England. The former Barcelona coach decided to sign the 33-year-old while allowing Joe Hart to leave on loan, and that decision is yet to be vindicated.

Yaya Toure

Though Yaya Toure is playing better than he has done perhaps for a couple of years and his rift with Guardiola appears to be over (via Daily Mail), there is no guarantee that their previous problems will not arise again, which would surely lead to questions about his future.


Manchester City’s Fernando and Fernandinho in action with Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey

Fernando has struggled for opportunities this season with just five Premier League starts to his name. With Fernandinho and Toure in such fine form, it is difficult to imagine him enjoying a prolonged spell in the team unless injuries become a factor.

Jesus Navas

Jesus Navas has made the same amount of starts this term as Fernando. The winger is without a Premier League goal or assist this season and has the task of trying to move above some of the most impressive attacking players in the division if he wants more opportunities.

Fabian Delph

Manchester City’s Fabian Delph

Fabian Delph’s time at the Etihad has been as difficult as many expected it to be when he made the slightly surprising switch from Aston Villa. West Brom have made several enquiries for Delph, according to the Birmingham Mail, but Guardiola has rejected them all.

Manchester City fans, who would you not mind seeing leave the Etihad during the January transfer window? Cast your vote below…

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