Chelsea is in line to secure a £35million deal for Raheem Sterling.
The 27-year-old England forward has been linked with a move away from the Etihad this summer and has been linked with Barcelona and Real Madrid in recent weeks.
He suggested that he could leave Man City as he found his first-team opportunities more limited in recent times.
Even manager Pep Guardiola addressed Sterling’s future and said he would not stand in his way if he decides to leave the club.
“Raheem is our player and hopefully will be an important player for us,” Guardiola said. “He wants more game time – like Riyad [Mahrez] when he doesn’t play, they complain, when Joao [Cancelo] doesn’t play, [he] complains.
“Some players, they complain when they want to play all the time. What I want from Raheem and everyone is to be happy – they have to be satisfied to be here, they have to be delighted to be in this club.
“If this is not the case, they are free to take the decision that is best for them – for the players, and their families. This is the most important thing.”