According to ESPN, Nottingham Forest are interested in Manchester City youngster Carlos Bogis. The 19-year-old was in exceptional form with City’s Under-23s team last season.

He scored 29 goals and provided 18 assists across competitions and led Cityzens to Premier League 2. Boges is said to be keen on first team football now.

However, with a plethora of world-class attacking options within City’s ranks, Etihad’s first-team chances could be tough. Thus, Boges can be in motion. Nottingham Forest are interested in the youngster, who has a net worth of €11 million.

Carlos Bogis Borh was in Sintra, Portugal. He has represented the Portuguese national team at youth level. He plays as a left winger for the Manchester City youth team.

What did Lionel Messi say about Pep Guardiola, Manchester City’s treble-winning coach?

Pep Guardiola has led Manchester City to a treble in the recently concluded 2022-23 season. He has now won the treble with two teams, becoming the first coach ever to do so. City also won their first UEFA Champions League.

Legendary striker Lionel Messi played from Inter Miami under Guardiola at Barcelona. Messi has achieved impressive numbers under the Spaniard, notching 211 goals and 94 assists in 219 matches across competitions.

Messi spoke about Guardiola’s success at City this season, especially after winning the Champions League last weekend (via GOAL):

“I am still in contact with (Guardiola). Winning the Champions League this time shows that he is the best coach in the world. He deserved to win the Champions League.”

Since his arrival in England, Guardiola has made City the best club in England. But European glory eluded them so they sealed it on Saturday (10 June) by beating Inter Milan 1-0 in the UEFA Champions League Final at Istanbul’s Ataturk Stadium.

Having already won the Premier League and the FA Cup, Guardiola emulated Manchester United (1998-99) as the only English clubs to win the continental treble.

Guardiola still has two years left on his contract with Manchester City. According to the Guardian, the Spaniard could look to leave after the end of his stint in 2025. For any manager to succeed Guardiola at City, expectations will be high.

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