Phillips wants to stay in England, two teams in fierce competition for him

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Kalvin Phillips will leave Manchester City in January after a year and a half at the Etihad Stadium.

Although the English midfielder joined the reigning European champions with much fanfare, his adventure at City can be considered a failure.

The English representative has many offers in front of him, but it seems that his goal is to remain part of the Premier League.

Thus, Juventus and Bayern, as the two main teams interested in his services, will find it very difficult to secure the services of Phillips.

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Team Talk has reported that now two big English teams are the favorites to secure the services of Kalvin Phillips.

Liverpool and Newcastle United are ‘fighting’ to transfer the Englishman in the January transfer window.

City has agreed to let the midfielder leave, but wants to earn around 58 million euros.

The 27-year-old this season has played a total of only seven matches in all competitions where he played 187 minutes.

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