Manchester City keeping tabs on Mario Lemina?

Manchester City and Napoli may not yet have reached an agreement over the transfer of Jorginho, but the player himself appears confident that he'll soon be on his way to the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City are prepared to switch their top midfield target unless Napoli lower their asking price for Jorginho, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Subsequently, Jorginho was identified as the north west outfit's preferred target, although a back up list has now emerged if City - for some reason - are forced to look elsewhere for their Fernandinho replacement.

They also decided against a move for Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez in January, although a deal for the Algerian winger could be resurrected this summer.

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And it seems there could be movement in Jorginho's possible transfer to Manchester City as according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.it, Napoli deal-maker Giuntoli is scheduled to arrive in England today.

Gabon global Lemina, 24, impressed in his first season at Southampton following a move from Juventus, despite his team's battle against relegation.

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