Jack Grealish Man City signing

With the signing of England star Jack Grealish looking imminent after City submitted a £100 million offer, Pep Guardiola will be trying to figure out which of full-backs would form the best partnership with his new attacking weapon, who likes to operate of the left.

Matt Targett and Grealish formed a great understanding at Aston Villa, with the full-back often bombing on to provide his skipper with options.
For the few summers now, do Manchester City need a new left-back was always a question?
Here we are again, as fans and pundits answer is usually yes, the new season begins in less than two weeks away and a new recruit nowhere to be seen in that department of the team.

Benjamin Mendy from a purely attacking perspective would fill that role at City in a best way. He loves to get forward and create overload situations, and as a natural left footer is suited to whipping in dangerous crosses.

Zinchenko only provided 17 in 20 appearances compared to Mendy who completed 82.4 per cent of his dribbles last season, and made 26 crosses, an average of two per game.
The £50million man made only 13 Premier League appearances last season due to injury and just cannot seem to stay fit.

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