Young Belgian Jason Denayer is unhappy with his current status at Manchester City, with interest from the Turkish capital.
Manchester City’s Jason Denayer is unhappy with his current role under new manager Pep Guardiola and his weighing up his options for the future, according to Manchester Evening News.
Denayer, 21, traveled to Gothenburg to face Arsenal in the final friendly of pre-season but, despite City boss Pep Guardiola fielding a makeshift centre-back pairing of Fernando and Aleksandar Kolarov, did not feature in the game.
Denayer has big interest from a bunch of clubs with his old club Galatasaray being one of the clubs very keen on the versatile central defender and has also made an offer to City which will be under consideration before the end of the transfer window.
Since Guardiola’s arrival, Denayer has fallen down the pecking order at the Etihad. Having already been out-of-favour, 18-year-old Tosin Adarabioyo has also been ahead of him in Guardiola’s plans.
Denayer made his breakthrough season back in 2014/2015 season when he was out on loan to Scottish side Celtic, winning the Young Player of the Year award and the league title.