Manchester City sign Germany’s Jerome Boateng for £10.5m
Manchester City have completed their first deal of what is expected to be another busy transfer window by signing the Germany defender Jerome Boateng.
The 21-year-old will officially make the switch from Hamburg on 1 July after agreeing a five-year deal. Boateng was authentic canada goose outlet in Manchester today to confirm the details of the move before flying to South canada goose coat 1000 Africa to join up with the Germany squad.
No fee was announced by the club but it has been reported that Boateng cost in the region of €12.5m (about £10.5m). The player had long been a target of the City manager, Roberto buy canada goose parka uk Mancini.
“This is a very good signing for Manchester City and I am pleased to bring Jerome to the club,” the Italian can buying canada goose jacket online someone check if this canada goose outlet website is authentic told the club’s website. “He is a young player who is already of a very high quality, but I think buy canada goose jacket ebay he can continue to improve at City.
“He can play a number of positions in defence, which is important. He has [proven] his ability in Germany and I think he can be a very important player for Manchester City in the Premier League.
“It’s good for Jerome to can you machine wash canada goose jacket have agreed terms ahead canada goose coat 1000 can you wash canada goose jacket calorie bariatric diet of the World Cup so he can now concentrate on playing for Germany. And I will be very interested best ideas about canada goose outlet on pinterest to see how he gets on in the tournament, before welcoming him back to meet his team-mates in pre-season.”
Jerome Boateng, the brother of the Portsmouth midfielder Kevin-Prince kids, follows current City players Vincent Kompany and Nigel de Jong in moving to Eastlands from Hamburg, who finished a disappointing seventh in this year’s Bundesliga.