Manchester City have proven to be masters of the transfer market in recent years, bringing in a plethora of talent to help transform the club and help them on their way to countless amounts of silverware. A few of those transfers have gone on to be considered among the best in Premier League history, and we want you to vote for your favorite from our list of nominees. We begin with a deal completed nearly 15 years ago in 2008, when defender Vincent Kompany moved to Manchester from Hamburg for £10 million. 360 appearances, 20 goals, and one statue later, it’s safe to say the Belgian saw it all while wearing the City jersey and saw the club grow from strength to strength. You can’t argue that he wasn’t good value for money. Two years later, Kompany was joined by a slew of new arrivals as City’s new era officially began, one of whom was Spanish midfielder David Silva. Silva wowed City fans with his ability after arriving from Valencia for £28 million, and he was part of the team that won the FA Cup in his first season in 2011. He went on to win 11 major titles in Manchester and appear in over 400 games. Magic. Shortly after, City signed the player who has perhaps provided them with their most iconic moment, striker Sergio Aguero, from Atletico Madrid for £38 million in 2011. At the end of his debut season, the Argentine transformed Roberto Mancini’s forward line and scored the most iconic goal in Premier League history to win the league title in dramatic fashion. Aguero scored 260 goals during his time at City, cementing his place as one of the league’s greatest forwards. Kevin De Bruyne, the most recent of the four transfers, rounds out the list of nominees. After failing to make an impression at Chelsea a few years prior, the Belgian joined City from Wolfsburg in the summer of 2015. With four Premier League titles, four PFA Premier League Team of the Year spots, and four City Player of the Season awards, he’s proven his doubters wrong. He is unquestionably the heart of Pep Guardiola’s current City side. Do you believe any of these City transactions should be named the Best Premier League Transfer Ever? Please let us know by taking the poll above. Do you agree with the nominations made by the City? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Voting closes on the Best Premier League Transfer Ever
Sep-01 20:16 first published at 20:16 PM
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