Manchester City have confirmed the first exit from from the club as the January transfer window opens, including an update on Erling Haaland’s injury, MySportDab reports.
The Premier League and European Champions confirmed their goalkeeper Jack Steffen has left the club on a permanent move.
As per Manchester Evening News, Steffen, 28, joined Manchester City in 2019, and had made 21 appearances for the club in-between loan moves to Fortuna Dusseldorf of Germany and Middlesbrough in English second-tier.
After struggling to break into City first team, Jack Steffen finally opted to leave the club on a permanent basis instead of another loan move.
He is has reportedly signed contract with Colorado Rapids – a US-based outfit to revive his career and possibly make it to back to USA national team.
Jack Steffen is the first Manchester City to leave the club as the January transfer window opens.
Manchester City are expected to be busy in the transfer window as well as they hope to add more quality to the side.
The serial English champions have already booked for the services of a 2006-born Argentina gem Claudia Echeveria while Kalvin Philips is set to leave the club due to lack of game time.
On Erling Haaland’s injury, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola revealed the Dutch is expected back to action soon as he is speedily returning to full fitness.
Manchester City are hoping to relaunch themselves into the Premier League title race after seemingly slipping off the following a series of poor results.
Prolific playmaker Kevin De Bruyne is expected to be back to action as well after months on the sidelines, including Jeremy Doku.