Jesus, Sterling, Laporte Unhappy And Want To Leave Man City

Despite winning the Premier League and reaching the Champions League final, several Manchester City players are unhappy with their own roles.

According to The Athletic, Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling and Aymeric Laporte are all dissatisfied, and that their feelings are shared by other teammates, meaning a shake-up may be on the cards over the coming weeks.

The report says that the disgruntled group of players would ‘consider' leaving in the window, or even ‘actively push' for a transfer.

With club legend Sergio Aguero now officially gone, ace Jesus will be forced to step up and take some of the burden.

However, he is said to harbour annoyance at the fact that he is still not likely to play in City's big games.

Joao Cancelo, Rodri and even Bernardo Silva are not fully content either, the Athletic also believe.

Right back Cancelo looked for a move away last year and is said to have ‘relapsed' after being dropped often.

As for Rodri, the holding midfielder has been credited as not feeling ‘thrilled' with the conclusion to City's campaign.

Silva, meanwhile, is subject to ‘murmurs' around his future despite his regular game time.

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The outlet say that Laporte is keen to head back to Spain and play for either Barcelona or Real Madrid.

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Efe Bridget is a writer at GoalBall. She is a graduate of Mass Communication with 12 years of experience working with reputable publications.