Alexander Kolarov’s inconsistent time at Manchester City seems to be drawing to a close according to the Daily
The Serb has played second fiddle to Gael Clichy for much of his time at the Etihad Stadium and he seems to be out of favour with Roberto Mancini’s predecessor, Manuel Pellegrini, too.
Italian giants, Juventus, have already offered to take the 27-year-old on loan, offering £1.5 million to borrow the defender who is reportedly on £100,000 a week at Eastlands while Citry representatives have also told big-spending Galatasaray that they are looking in the region of £6 million for Kolarov.
At that price, City would stand to lose £10 million after signing him from Lazio for £16 million back in August 2010. Since then, Kolarov has made 56 appearances for Manchester City, scoring four goals for the club but it’s unlikely that either of those stats will be improving with City, next season.
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