Man City Belgium International Agrees Personal Terms With Turkish Giants, Clubs Yet To Shake Hands On A Deal

Galatasaray have struck a deal with Jason Denayer as they look to sign the Man City defender on loan.

Denayer spent last season on loan with Galatasaray and is expected to leave City this summer after failing to break into Pep Guardiola’s squad.

We recently reported that Denayer rejected offers from both Leeds United and Celtic.

According to the daily Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, Denayer has agreed personal terms with Galatasaray.

Denayer is set to earn £1.1 million per season while Galatasaray have offered Manchester City £400,000 as a fee for the loan deal.

However, the Istanbul Giants are yet to strike a deal with the reigning Premier League champions.

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City are keen on selling Denayer on a permanent deal this summer rather than allow the defender’s contract to run into its final 12 months.

Denayer helped Galatasaray lift their 21st Turkish Super Lig title last season. The Lions take on Goztepe this weekend as they look to maintain their winning run.