MANCHESTER CITY are set to receive a £31million boost in their transfer budget as they await payment for Leroy Sane and Angelino.
Bayern Munich signed Sane from Man City for around £55million last summer, but have not yet been paid nearly £15m of the fee.
According to Bild, Bayern are going to have to 'dig deep into their pockets' to pay the additional funds to Man City despite financially struggling like the majority of football clubs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sane has scored seven goals in 25 appearances for the European champions since joining from the Premier League.
But the money for Sane is not the only financial bump Pep Guardiola's side are expected to receive.
They are also confident RB Leipzig will fork out £16m for full-back Angelino, who has excelled during his loan-spell with the Bundesliga side.
As a left wing-back the 24-year-old has netted nine times in 41 games since joining on a temporary basis at the beginning of 2020.
"I assume that we will buy him," confirmed Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann at a press conference before his side's match against Augsburg.
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Meanwhile, City have been linked with a number of players that they may look to add to their squad in the summer, most notably a host of strikers.
With Gabriel Jesus struggling to fill the shoes of Sergio Aguero, Guardiola is said to be interested in bringing Borussia Dortmund sensation Erling Haaland to the Etihad.
City are also thought to be keeping tabs on former Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku at Inter Milan as well as Southampton's Danny Ings.
The Sky Blues currently look poised to secure their third Premier League title in four years after dispatching Liverpool 4-1 at Anfield on Sunday to move five points clear at the top of the table.
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