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Manchester City target Crystal Palace’s Adam Wharton for long-term midfield reinforcement

Manchester City have determined Crystal Palace midfielder Adam Wharton as an important long-term goal as they look at improving their midfield options.

Wharton, a recent addition to the England national team, has quickly pleased the Etihad administration with his excellent Premier League performances.

Since joining Crystal Palace from Blackburn Rovers in January for an initial £18 million, which could rise to £22 million, Wharton has shown outstanding talent and versatility.

His market value, conservatively estimated at £25 million, has risen, especially since his current deal keeps him at Selhurst Park until 2029.

This summer’s European Championships, in which Wharton is expected to play heavily, could further inflate his worth, making a future transfer a potentially large investment for Manchester City.

Crystal Palace, which is known for selling key players for high fees, has established a precedent with big transactions like as Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s £50 million move to Manchester United.

Any negotiations for Wharton would most certainly result in the Eagles asking a high sum that reflects his potential and importance to their squad.

Manchester City’s need to revitalize their midfield stems from recent developments and worries. The exits of Fernandinho and Ilkay Gundogan, as well as new recruit Matheus Nunes’ struggles for consistent game time, have placed a heavy load on Rodri. Wharton’s acquisition may give much-needed depth and future stability.

Interest in Wharton is not restricted to England; Bayern Munich has also been linked with the 20-year-old, proving his burgeoning reputation throughout Europe.

As the summer transfer window approaches, Wharton’s performances at the Euros will be eagerly monitored, potentially igniting a bidding war among Europe’s top teams.

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