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Man City complete deal for young Turkey international

Manchester City have completed the transfer of highly-rated Turkey striker Enes Unal from Bursaspor for a reported fee of around £2million.

The 18-year-old is City's first major signing of the summer having completed formalities with the club over the weekend.

City tweeted: "Manchester City are pleased to announce the signing of Turkey international striker Enes Unal from @BursasporSk."

Unal, who has one senior international cap, built a strong reputation in youth football. He scored 24 goals in 25 games for Turkey's under-16 side and in 2013, at the age of 16, became the youngest goalscorer in the Turkish top flight when he struck against Galatasaray.

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Man City set to complete deal for Turkish starlet

Manchester City will sign Turkish teenager Enes Unal for a fee of £2million from Bursaspor.

The forward, who has one international cap, arrived in Manchester on Thursday and will undergo a medical with the Premier League club, before completing the formalities.

Unal tweeted a photo of his plane ticket to Manchester on Thursday, all but confirming the deal.

Man City launch new kit with a Zabaleta selfie

Manchester City have launched their new kit for the 2015/16 season with a Pablo Zabaleta and a fan. It's the modern way...

The shirt is fitted with Nike Dri-FIT technology which apparently draws sweat away from the body to the exterior of the shirt and shorts where it quickly evaporates - so the players can sweat as much as they like.

Man City's new kit. Credit: Nike

Man City to play sister club Melbourne in pre-season

Man City are heading to Australia. Credit: PA

Manchester City have added an additional friendly against sister club Melbourne City to the programme for their pre-season tour of Australia.

City have announced they will play the A-League side as part of their preparations for the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season at Gold Coast's CBus Super Stadium on July 18.

City are holding an 11-day training camp in the region - and will also face Adelaide United behind closed doors on July 15 - before playing International Champions Cup matches against Real Madrid and Roma in Melbourne on July 21 and 24 respectively.

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Man City boss: Mourinho just wants to take credit

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes Jose Mourinho main aim is to take credit for all of Chelsea's successes.

The Chilean says he was far more restrained than the Chelsea manager, who took the Premier League title last season.

Manuel Pellegrini chose his words about Jose Mourinho carefully. Credit: PA

Pellegrini told Chilean newspaper El Mercurio: “When he wins, Mourinho wants to take credit for everything. I never do that.

“When I won the Premier League, I didn’t say a word. I don’t have any problem with Mourinho, he’s not my enemy and there isn’t any conflict – but I differ from him on all fronts. I have no interest in analysing him as a person.”

Man City coach Vieira praises Liverpool starlet

Manchester City's reserve team manager Patrick Vieira rates Raheem Sterling highly and believes the club's interest in the Liverpool forward is understandable.

City have already had two offers - the latest worth £40million - rejected but reports suggest they are preparing a third for the England international.

Patrick Vieira has spoken positively about Sterling. Credit: PA

"I think if you go down and ask 10 people what they think about him, I think nine would give you a positive answer," Vieira told ESPN FC at an event in New York for Western Union's PASS initiative.

"I would be part of the nine people because he's shown how good he is, how well he's been doing at Liverpool.

"If he is in the market, not just City would be interested in him."

Man City midfielder Nasri talks of 'disappointing' year

Sami Nasri was pretty terrible at times. Credit: PA

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri says he plans on putting a poor season behind him in order to improve for the 2015-16 campaign.

The Frenchman was consistently out of form and spent a lot of time on the bench when he wasn't injured.

I still have four years left on my contract so what I want now is to be focused on my rehab.

I'm going to work a lot in pre-season to come back as fit as possible with a new state of mind - then have a great season and win trophies.

The happy ending of winning a trophy at the end of the season is the best feeling you can have. It feels great and that's what I want."

From a personal point of view it was disappointing because I couldn't produce the same form as I did the year before and I had a lot of injuries - the most I've had in one season in my career.

It's difficult but at the same time it makes you stronger mentally.

– Samir Nasri speaking to Sky Sports
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