Manchester City are actually worried about £130,000-a-week player’s value decreasing while on loan

Manchester City are actually worried about Kalvin Phillips decreasing his value if he moves to Newcastle on loan.

That is according to the Chronicle.

So, what is the latest on Kalvin Phillips? Let’s take a look…

Manchester City have Kalvin Phillips concern

Well, negotiations over a temporary deal between Manchester City and Newcastle have stalled as the Citizens demand a hefty loan fee of £7.5m – which the Magpies are hesitant to pay.

Manchester City also want Newcastle to contribute significantly to the England international’s £130,000-a-week wages.

The Chronicle believe Manchester City are wary of seeing Phillips decrease in value if things go badly for him on Tyneside, hence the sizeable loan fee request.

Despite the disagreement between Manchester City and Newcastle, the 28-year-old himself remains very keen on a move to St James’ Park.