AS says the Spanish Under-21 international will cost City â¬25 million, plus further add-ons which could take the overall fee to â¬37 million.
Talks between the clubs are on-going, with an agreement on the wider terms of the deal thought to be close. Ferran is considered one of Spain’s most promising young players, having come through Valencia’s academy and making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2017.
A talented and direct winger capable of playing on either flank, though preferring to operate from the right, Ferran enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2019-20.
Having made 24 LaLiga appearances in 2018-19, Ferran had even greater exposure to first-team football this term due to injuries, taking full advantage of Goncalo Guedes’ long-term absence as he featured 34 times domestically.
He scored four goals and set up another five in LaLiga, while his Champions League strike against Lille in November made him the first player born in 2000 to net in the competition for a Spanish club.
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