City bring in Luiz

City bring in Luiz

City bring in Luiz

Manchester City have completed the signing of Brazilian under-20 worldwide Douglas Luiz, who has signed a five-year contract with the club after joining from Vasco Da Gama.

He follows Bernardo Silva, Ederson and Kyle Walker through the door at the Etihad Stadium this summer.

The 19-year-old midfielder has signed a five-year contract after having a medical this week.

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Midfielders Fernandinho and Fernando will be expected to mentor the youngster, while striker Gabriel Jesus will also be on hand to help Douglas settle into life in Manchester.

City are believed to have been tracking the Brazilian since past year.

The Brazilian Under-20 worldwide is understood to prefer a role as a defensive midfielder, and City have secured the talented youngster for a reported fee of £10m.

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City's director of football Txiki Begiristain said on the club's official website: "Douglas is an exciting player with great potential".

According to reports, Luiz cost Manchester City a fee of $12 million, and will head out on loan to Spanish club Girona who was newly promoted to La Liga this year.

The club will make a further statement in the coming days on whether Luiz will join the first team squad or be sent out on loan.

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