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Reports suggest that Manchester City’s goalkeeper, Ederson, is contemplating a move away from the Etihad Stadium this summer. The 30-year-old, who has been with the club for seven seasons, has made a significant impact, amassing 332 appearances and 155 clean sheets. Widely hailed as one of the finest goalkeepers globally, Ederson has been a linchpin for City under Pep Guardiola’s management, contributing to their recent successes.

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Having secured his sixth Premier League title, Ederson has etched his name in history, surpassing Peter Schmeichel for most titles won by a goalkeeper in the league. Despite having two years left on his contract, speculation surrounds his future, with potential interest from clubs in the Saudi Pro League.

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According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Ederson could entertain offers if they present an enticing proposition. While Saudi clubs have shown interest, the decision ultimately rests with Ederson himself.

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Should Ederson depart, City would need to find a replacement. Guardiola might opt to promote Stefan Ortega, who has deputized impressively and earned praise from the manager. Ortega’s recent performance, notably in a crucial win against Tottenham Hotspur, showcased his ability to step up when needed. With Ederson sidelined due to injury, Ortega is set to start in the upcoming FA Cup final against Manchester United.

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