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Man City: Fans don’t feel Angelino is good enough

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Manchester City left-back Angelino left the club in the summer of 2018 to join PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands and after a year almost to the day, he returned for a fee believed to be in the region of £10.8m as reported by

The Spaniard being the latest in a long line of full-backs that have come through the doors at the Etihad Stadium since Pep Guardiola took over.

Does Angelino have a future at Manchester City?





Having watched him play on multiple occasions since his return these supporters have been far from impressed by his performances.

What do we think?

Angelino has struggled, particularly defensively when called upon this season, but in fairness to the young Spaniard, so have the rest of the team. Individually, his performances have left a lot to be desired but the reason he has been in the side recently is due to the poor form and the worrying injury record of Benjamin Mendy.

The general consensus would be that Angelino has a lot to learn and could, perhaps, develop into a very useful full-back in the years to come but his at times below-par performances should not deter from the fact he was never intended to be the first choice – not yet anyway.

The former PSV Eindhoven man has made 6 Premier League appearances so far this season and has amassed an average performance rating of 6.78/10 per game according to

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