Who should Manchester City sign? Rate their transfer rumours
Last Updated: 17/07/16 2:36pm
Pep Guardiola is enjoying his first pre-season as a Premier League manager, but who would you like him to bring in at the Etihad?
Our interactive tool allows you to share your views on the latest transfer talk. The players below have all been linked with Manchester City in the mainstream media over the summer, but would YOU like to see the rumours become a reality?
Swipe right if you would like to see the player join City. Swipe left if you would not (app users need to hold down the image before swiping or use the vote buttons below).
And once you've made your choices, take a look at how the rest of the general public have voted.
Manchester City transfer rumours explained
Leroy Sane (Schalke - forward)
The Telegraph report that Manchester City are hoping for a breakthrough this week in their efforts to sign £40m-rated attacking midfielder Leroy Sane from Schalke.
Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Barcelona - goalkeeper)
According to the Mail on Sunday, Guardiola will try to lure Ter Stegen away from the Nou Camp to battle it out with Joe Hart for the number one jersey.
Bruno Peres (Torino - defender)
Manchester City are reportedly in talks to sign the 26-year-old full-back for £17m as Guardiola looks to freshen up his options in defence, with the likes of Aleksandar Kolarov and Pablo Zabaleta set to leave the Etihad.
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John Stones (Everton - defender)
Long-term target John Stones has said that he wants a move to Manchester City, according to the Daily Mail. The Everton and England defender would be available for around £50m, but City would face fierce competition from Chelsea.
Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus - defender)
According to Sky sources, Manchester City are prepared to spend £43m on Juventus and Italy centre-back as Guardiola looks to revamp the Citizens' defence.
Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg - defender)
The Sun say that Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez has been identified as a target for Manchester City. The 23-year-old played every minute of Switzerland's Euro 2016 campaign and scored twice in 24 appearances in the Bundesliga last season.
Geronimo Rulli (Real Sociedad - goalkeeper)
Rated at £9m, Argentina goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli is being chased by Manchester City, say the Daily Star Sunday. Rulli, who was on loan at Real Sociedad from Deportivo Maldonado in Uruguay, could be brought in to challenge Joe Hart.
Lucas Hernandez (Atletico Madrid - defender)
According to The Sun, Manchester City are ready to meet the £20m buy-out clause of young defender Lucas Hernandez, who featured 16 times last season for Atletico Madrid .
James Rodriguez (Real Madrid - midfielder)
Manchester City are set to battle it out with Chelsea and PSG for Real Madrid's out-of-favour playmaker James Rodriguez. El Confidencial have reported that Madrid would be willing to let the Colombia star go for a fee in the region of £50m.
Ante Coric (Dinamo Zagreb - midfielder)
A £6m bid is being prepared for 19-year-old Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Ante Coric, according to the Daily Mail. City face competition from Liverpool and Napoli for the teenager who made the Croatia squad for Euro 2016
Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus - defender)
Calciomercato reports that another full-back being considered by Manchester City is the experienced Juventus and Switzerland defender Stephan Lichtsteiner, whose future is in doubt after the arrival of Dani Alves in Turin.
Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras - forward)
The Palmeiras wonderkid Gabriel Jesus has been linked with several top in Europe, and Manchester City have already had a £16.7m bid snubbed according to The Sun, after the livewire forward said he wishes to remain in Brazil until the end of the year.
Toni Kroos (Real Madrid - midfielder)
Germany midfield maestro Kroos has refused to rule out a move away from Madrid and the Daily Star claim that Manchester City are ready to pounce with a £37.5m bid.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund - forward)
The prolific Gabon striker remains a target for Manchester City after scoring 39 goals in 46 games for Dortmund last season. However, the Manchester Evening News reports that interest has cooled somewhat after being quoted £65m for the striker.
Lionel Messi (Barcelona - forward)
After he was found guilty for tax fraud, fresh rumours have circulated regarding Messi's future at Barcelona. Inevitably, a reunion with Pep at Manchester City was been widely suggested, even though Guardiola has played down speculation.