Manchester City are reportedly prepared to part ways with highly-rated teenager Jayden Braaf in the January transfer window.
The 19-year-old, who has been likened to former academy graduate Jadon Sancho, was voted as the youth team’s Player of the Year in 2020, however the winger has struggled to break into Pep Guardiola‘s first-team squad.
With just six months remaining on his current contract, the Manchester Evening News reports that City will look to sell Braaf in January.
Braaf was sent out on loan to Serie A outfit Udinese for the second half of last season, however a knee ligament injury reduced the winger to just four league appearances, scoring once.
After Udinese decided to turn down the option to sign the youngster permanently for £9m over the summer, the Citizens have since helped the Dutchman during his rehabilitation program.
Braaf is now close to a full recovery, in time for a potential mid-season exit from the Etihad Stadium, with a number of foreign clubs believed to be monitoring his situation.