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Manchester City striker Noah Ohio has refused to renew his contract with the English champions. Sky Sports News reports that several top clubs are interested in the 16-year-old – including three German clubs.
A three-year contract was offered to the striker by the citizens, it is said, but the striker refused. This makes it interesting for several top clubs. Even the best three clubs of the past Bundesliga season should be keen on the teenager.
RB Leipzig holds the pole position ahead of FC Bayern and BVB. Dutch champion Ajax Amsterdam and French Champions-League participant Olympique Lyon will also compete for Ohio’s services.
Should Ohio actually move to Germany, he would be the third youngster from the ManCity Youth after Dortmund-Youngster Jadon Sancho and Schalke-Juwel Rabbi Matondo, who will be hiring a top club of the Bundesliga within a short time.
Born in the Netherlands, the attacker has been playing for City since 2016, after Ohio’s previous season with local rivals United. At just twelve years of age, he had once changed from FC Almere to the English record champion.
This season, the U16 international has been fielded seven times in the Premier League U18 North, scoring one goal and one goal. With the Skyblues he took eighth place in the table.