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According to reports, Manchester City is closely observing the progress of Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite. Despite Everton’s struggle against relegation in the Premier League, Branthwaite has stood out with an impressive breakthrough season at Goodison Park. He is also poised to earn his maiden senior England cap in the upcoming match against Belgium.

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The 21-year-old’s remarkable form has sparked speculation about his future, especially given Everton’s financial challenges. With the club already facing deductions for PSR breaches, Branthwaite has been linked with a potential departure.

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The Daily Mail suggests that Manchester City has joined the race for Branthwaite’s signature, attracted by his youth, homegrown status, and similarities to former Everton defender John Stones, who made a similar move to City in 2016.

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In addition to Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Tottenham Hotspur have also expressed interest in Branthwaite, as per the report.

Manchester United and Real Madrid have been identified as admirers of Branthwaite, although Everton’s reported valuation of at least £70 million could pose a hurdle. However, this figure may fluctuate depending on Everton’s Premier League status next season.

While Manchester United is undergoing changes behind the scenes, with a list of summer transfer targets yet to be finalized, Real Madrid is primarily focused on potential signings like Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain and Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich. The Spanish giants would only consider adding a centre-back if they have sufficient funds available after prioritizing other positions.

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