Manchester City's business in the transfer deadline day are finally complete with a fifth first team player loaned today:
.@Jasondenayer has joined @SunderlandAFC on a season long loan. All the best, Jason! #mcfchttps://t.co/5qb02KpZJt pic.twitter.com/s6hdgnSwsc— Manchester City (@ManCity) August 31, 2016
Jason Denayer has joined Sunderland and will play on loan for the Black Cats this season. The Belgian center-back was set to sign for Galatasaray on Tuesday, but City blocked the move and agreed to a deal with David Moyes' side, since the Sky Blues wanted Denayer to play in a competitive league before joining the squad next season.
Pep Guardiola saw good things on the youngster during preseason, but after discovering Aleksandar Kolarov's talents at center-back, along with the signing of John Stones, the Catalan coach did not have any place for Denayer on defense and thought it was better for Jason to play elsewhere for the season to gain more experience and play regularly for his new side. Sunderland will provide good minutes for him, and it's a win-win situation for everyone.
Good luck, Denayer!