- Kayky and Metinho have emerged as top transfer targets for Manchester City
- The Citizens are plotting to lure the teenage sensations to the Etihad Stadium this window
- City are planning to secure the signature of the youngsters in a deal of about $12million
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Manchester City are reportedly edging closer to sealing a move for Brazilian youngsters Kayky and Metinho this transfer window.
The 17-year-old youngsters currently play for Brazilian club side Fluminense but could leave for Europe this month at a combined cost of about $12million (£9m).
Kayky can play as a winger and an attacking midfielder - a quality that has seen him compared with Paris Saint Germain forward Neymar. He has featured for his country's U16 team but yet to be included in Fluminense's first team.
Meanwhile, Congo-born midfielder Metinho has revealed that Paul Pogba is his role model and has also trained with the Selecao's national team.
The teenage-sensation has been linked with a number of top European clubs including Liverpool but City are plotting to beat them to his signature.
According to Daily Mail quoting Goal claims the Citizens are unsure which club in the City Football Group (CFG) the pair would move to first once they have signed.
This is not the first time City will be buying players from Brazil as they made two signings from the South American country in 2020.
Yan Couto joined them in March, with the Brazilian right-back moving from Coritiba on July 1. He was then loaned out for this season to CFG side Girona, who ply their trade in the Spanish Segunda Division.
City also captured Peruvian defender Kluiverth Aguilar from Alianza Lima for a fee of £1.5million in April. He will join later this year when he turns 18 in May.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Eric Garcia could make a U-tun from his move to Barcelona to join his former boss Mikel Arteta at Arsenal, The Sun.
The Spanish defender refused to sign a new deal with the Citizens and he is poised to become a free agent in the summer.
And the 20-year-old has been linked with a return to his boyhood club Barcelona where he left to join City in 2017.