Football rumour website caughtoffside.com writes that Manchester City will look to complete transfer deals for Arsenal's Samir Nasri and Atletico Madrid's Sergio Aguero, in the next few days.
The Eastlands club has no financial restraints currently as their owner is multi-billionaire Sheikh Mansour, and because the club has just signed a massive stadium naming rights deal with Etihad Aiways, which already sponsors several stadia around the world and teams such as England's rugby union side Harlequin FC.
Having already signed defenders Stefan Savic and Gael Clichy for fees totalling approximately £15 million, City are looking for some more attacking options, especially as the club may finally accept an improved offer of more than £35 million from Brazilian club Corinthians for wantaway captain Carlos Tevez.
Samir Nasri, one of the Premier League's more creative and productive midfielders last season, is thought to be seeking a new adventure away from a club which may also lose Spaniard Cesc Fabregas and would be available for around £25 million.
Aguero has been courted several times by Real Madrid and would cost significantly more than Nasri, but has a similar ability to Tevez and his industrious character and phenomenal skills would be appreciated by fans who are expecting to win the Premier League title before too long. More from Sky Sports here.