Why Raphinha is perfect for Manchester City

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If there is one team in the Premier League who are not in need of new players, it’s Manchester City. Already with many of the world’s best at their disposal, Guardiola has free range to rotate his squad as he pleases. But one Premier League star certainly stands out as being a perfect fit for the Citizens in the future, and one who could easily be their next Riyad Mahrez type. That man would be Brazilian wing wizard Raphinha, who’s starred for Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds since joining in October 2020. While a move for Raphinha wouldn’t be necessary to fix any gaping hole in their team, it would be a shrewd piece of business to improve their squad in the long-run.

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