This year’s winter transfer window was not boring. We had a lot of interesting transactions with an interesting background for huge money. It is enough to name only Sanchez, Coutinho or Laporte. These three gentlemen were the heroes of gigantic transfers and shorter or longer transfer sagas. Now Guardiola will want to recruit Riyad Mahrez again.
However, there were also those that did not end in the final success and the most interesting of them was probably the case of Riyad Mahrez. The Algerian was to leave for Manchester City where he would become a temporary substitute for the injured Leroy Sane, and then his alternate.
Although the Citizens were putting huge amounts of money on the table, Leicester refused to let go of his footballer, which resulted in a loud conflict between the wingman and the Fox. Mahrez. However, come to an agreement with the club who was to promise him clearly that he would let him go in the summer.
According to the Daily Mirror, Guardiola will want to recruit an Algerian again. What price is at stake? In the winter, Lisa rejected an offer of 60 million pounds but they did it for spite because it was a great sum for their wingman.
It is possible that now Citizens will come up with a very similar proposal, maybe a little bigger but not too much. Leicester, if he does not want to expose his rider again, he should take that money with a hand kiss.
Mahrez was so much worthwhile he won the best league player award just after the Low championship season. Currently, the Algerian has dropped a bit and is definitely not worth that much money. At the moment his rational price varies around 45 bubbles, so Guardiola’s offer is just a sign of his generosity which should be used.
Algerian is aware that he will probably be only a substitute but he still wants to leave. Citizens want to give him a fortune which is why Leicester would be just stupid if he was making trouble this time. The more so because Mahrez will not endure being treated like a slave for a long time and is basically sure that he will be offended again and now for even longer.