The City Football Group, which owns Manchester City, also co-owns Spanish club Girona.

They were relegated from La Liga last season and now they want to provide a squad to manager Juan Carlos Unzué that will help them to return to the top flight.

AS on Friday claims sporting director Quique Cárcel is happy with the current squad, but there could be changes, both in terms of incomings and outgoings, from now until the end of the transfer window.

Girona will train at the Premier League winners’ training facilities later this month and Cárcel is expected to travel to Manchester to hold talks with City.

Carcel’s idea is to accelerate the loan signings of players that are supposed to arrive from the English side.

It’s claimed the relation between the two clubs is ‘fluid and open’ since 2015, which has helped Girona sign 11 players on loan from the English champions.

AS explains Girona’s plan is to sign ‘two or three’ players on loan from Pep Guardiola’s side this summer. 

There are no details about who those players would be, but there could developments in the coming weeks.