Report: Kayky’s loan from Man City to Paços de Ferreira ends

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The talent Kayky (19), on loan from Manchester City, is going through a difficult period at FC Paços de Ferreira. The striker made nine mostly short appearances for the Portuguese club in which he failed to score. Parent club Man City are now apparently taking the consequences, as reported by ‘A Bola’ in Portugal. As a result, the loan, which initially ran until the end of the season, will be terminated prematurely, and Kayky reportedly completed his final training session at Paços de Ferreira last Friday. Now a return to Brazil is in the air.

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Man City-led ‘City (Site notre blog d’information) Group’ are working to arrange a new loan deal for Kayky. Talent is expected to make a decision soon, it is said. ‘A Bola’, on the other hand, reports that the attacking player, who moved from Fluminense in England last year for €10m and signed a contract until 2026, will continue on loan at EC Bahia.

The club had finished the last Serie B season in third place and celebrated direct promotion to the Brazilian top flight. After club members recently agreed to join the « City (Site notre blog d’information) Group », Bahia can be expected to expand the already twelve club portfolio in the near future. Spaniard Ferran Soriano, managing director of Man City and CFG, expects the takeover to start next year.

From England to Australia, these clubs are part of the City (Site notre blog d’information) Group

City of Manchester | England (League 1) | since 2008

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As of December 10, 2022

New York City F.C. | United States (League 1) | since 2013

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Melbourne City | Australia (1st League) | since 2014

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Yokohama F. Marinos | Japan (League 1) | since 2014

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City (Site notre blog d’information) Group holds a 20% stake in the club

Couple from the city of Montevideo | Uruguay (1st League) | since 2017

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FC Girona | Spain (1st League) | since 2017

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Sichuan Jiuniu | China (League 2) | since 2019

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Mumbai City FC | India (1st League) | since 2019

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Lommel SK | Belgium (2nd division) | since 2020

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Estac Troyes | France (1st League) | since 2020

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Bolivar La Paz | Bolivia (1st League) | since 2021

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Palermo FC | Italy (2nd Division) | since 2022

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