Every Summer Transfer window is blessed with some Transfer Sagas, consider David de Gea for example in the last summer. This summer window is no exception to this hierarchy as the Sagas have played their part in this summer’s transfer activity and the biggest saga this summer is Manchester United’s Pursuit of Paul Pogba.
One more saga that has caught the lime light is form the other Manchester club who are pursuing the new German Sensation Leroy Sane. The 20 year old star has suddenly become a center of attraction after Manchester City is chasing the Schalke Star.
Leroy Sane plays his trade for the German club Schalke right now and is rated highly by his current employers. Sane started his career at the same club where his father used to play. He then joined Schalke in 2004 but then moved to Leverkusen but after 3 years came back at his former club where he was given a chance in the youth academy until making his debut in the 13/14 season where there was hardly any time for him to impress anyone. The next season was where his real potential was undentified and in 15/16 season he became a full time player for the Bundes Liga giants where he Scored 9 goals and assisted 6.
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Why Manchester City are heavily in for him
We all know Pep Guardiola has a unique way of shaking things up and he is doing the same thing at Manchester City. He has already seen the German’s capabilities in his Bundes Liga reign. The German star is attacking minded player who plays at the flanks and has 4 German caps to his name too.
Next Raheem sterling
Well some would say it looks like the same old story that happened last year with Raheem Sterling, as the former Liver Pool star was also touted to be a sensation but has failed miserably. For Leroy Sane it will be completely different story as he has a hard work ethic and will be playing under the guidance of Charismatic Pep Guardiola and even if you don’t believe this just look on the track record of the youngsters that Schalke has produced in the near past.