Friday, 14 July 2017

Kyle Walker Joins Man City





England right back Kyle Walker joins Manchester City from Tottenham on a five-year deal and has chosen the number two shirt.

He turns into City's third signing of the mid year, following in the capture  of Bernardo Silva and Ederson.


Kyle Walker is currently the world's most costly defender after Manchester City finished an arrangement with Tottenham worth an underlying £50m ascending to £53m for the England right back.

The deal overshadows the £50m Paris St-Germain paid for Chelsea's David Luiz in 2014 and furthermore guarantees Walker has turned into the costliest English player ever. 

"It feels somewhat strange," the former Sheffield United defender conceded. "I have been at Tottenham for such a large number of years , yet I'm amped up for starting another part in my profession. 

I can hardly wait to begin. I'm excited to be marking for City." Txiki Begiristain, City's executive of football, included: "Kyle is a fine full-back, one fit for delivering quality at the two closures of the pitch. We've taken after his advance at Tottenham and have been truly inspired by how he has created.

He is currently one of the best right-defender in the Premier League and legitimately an England regular. I am certain he will be a win at Manchester City this season and beyond."

Txiki Begiristain, the Club's Director of Football, said: "Kyle is a fine full-back, one equipped for delivering quality at the two finishes of the pitch.

"We've taken after his advance at Tottenham and have been truly awed by how he has created. He is presently one of the best right-moves in the Premier League and reasonably an England consistent.








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