City Football Group City Football Group, as along with Premier League champions Manchester City themselves, have a significant stake within their South American market and are frequently credited with uncovering an untapped market.

Although Gabriel Jesus is the best illustration of their faith in Africa’s young talent The new signings made by Yan Couto, Kayky and Julian Alvarez indicate just how they value promising prospects from the region.

This high-esteem for the footballing excellence of South America does not look like it’s going to slow down anytime very soon, as a new report this week suggesting they City Football Group are close to negotiating a seven-figure deal for a promising young striker.

According to the reports from Rede 98 journalist Igor Assuncao Igor Assuncao, the City Football Group have completed an agreement with Atletico Mineiro forward Savinho for the sum that is EUR6.5 million.

There is also a possibility that the price may be subject to a increase, in accordance with certain agreed-upon clauses, by which it is expected that the Brazilian side will be paid an amount.

Although it is true that the City Football Group club in dispute hasn’t yet been identified, names like ESTAC Troyes, Girona and Lommel SK are claimed to be the most likely options for the 17-year-old.
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This year, Savinho became the youngest player to ever play for Atletico Minero in the Brazilian top-tier, at just 16 and five months old under the former Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli.

The trip was planned well before the Ukraine crisis arose and Bolsonaro’s focus is bilateral trade; Russia is a key source of fertilizers for South America’s agricultural powerhouse.

But even some of his allies fear Bolsonaro could make damaging comments on the crisis or that his presence could be seen as tacit support for a Russian invasion of its neighbor.

Two top officials from Brazil’s Foreign Ministry told The Associated Press that they have received messages from US officials saying the trip’s timing is inopportune and conveys Brazilian indifference to threats of invasion. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity for lack of authorization to speak publicly.

A US State Department official, meanwhile, issued a statement Monday that appeared to accept the meeting would go ahead, “As democratic leaders, the United States and Brazil have a responsibility to stand up for democratic principles and the rules-based order.
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We hope Brazil will take this opportunity to reinforce this message in their conversations in Moscow.”