News now: Report: PL club now really want to make shock move for 'aggressive' £57m Man City player

Aymeric Laporte's transfer from Manchester City has reportedly caught Crystal Palace's attention.

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This information is from the News now because it was stated that the £57.2 million guy will be leaving the Etihad Stadium at the end of June.

Aymeric Laporte, a mainstay for Manchester City, now appears to have Crystal Palace in his sights as a prospective transfer target.

Crystal Palace enticed by Aymeric Laporte transfer from Manchester City

The former Athletic Bilbao defender, who was called "aggressive" by Eric Garcia through Barça Blaugranes, was at the bottom of City's center-back hierarchy last season.

The fact that the 29-year-old made just 11 Premier League starts indicates that Pep Guardiola did not think highly of him throughout his team's treble-winning campaign.

As a result, it's been suggested that Crystal Palace is considering an audacious bid for Aymeric Laporte from Manchester City.

The Spanish international's contract has two years left, and the Sky Blues want £35 million from him to leave.

Palace, on the other hand, is'reluctant' right now to give in to City's demands and will postpone making a formal offer to sign him until later in the transfer season.

Aymeric Laporte deserves better

A player of Aymeric Laporte's caliber in the game should only leave Manchester City to join another European superpower, and I don't mean any disrespect to Crystal Palace in saying this.

Laporte is without a doubt one of the top center backs in the world, despite the fact that his stock is not at an all-time high to put it mildly.

Therefore, it would be unfortunate from the decorated defender's point of view if he was transferred to a group that placed 11th last year despite briefly appearing to be in danger of being relegated.

Although the Eagles are a significant team in English football, the five-time Premier League champion should only be thinking about moving to the very top.

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