Manchester City are considering whether to activate the buy-back clause of PSV Eindhoven full-back Angelino.
City sold the talented young Spaniard last summer for £4.9million but inserted a clause allowing them to buy him back for £11m.
Angelino joined PSV Eindhoven from Manchester City last year for a fee of £4.9million
However, Manchester City may be activating the 22-year-old Spaniard’s buyback clause
Jose Angel Tasende, better known as Angelino, played 34 matches in the Dutch Eredivisie last season, scoring once and providing nine assists.
PSV Eindhoven ended up in a clear second place, three points behind eventual winners Ajax but 18 points clear of third placed Feyenoord.
Angelino joined Manchester City’s academy in July 2013, and played regularly for the Under-18s. He then joined New York City FC on loan in July 2015 before returning to make his debut for the City first team in the FA Cup in January 2016. He also played as a second half substitute in a Champions League play-off match against Steaua Bucharest.
Angelino may find himself back in the blue of Manchester City if they part with the £11million
He had further loan spells at Girona and Mallorca, and spent the 2017-18 season on loan with NAC Breda before joining PSV Eindhoven.
Now he may be on his way back to the Etihad as Pep Guardiola looks to add more depth to his back line.