City make huge profit by selling Mooy for £10m

Mooy was a key man for the Terriers last season as they beat Reading in the playoff final to earn promotion

Mooy was a key man for the Terriers last season as they beat Reading in the playoff final to earn promotion

Huddersfield Town are in advanced talks with Manchester City over a deal for Aaron Mooy.

Mooy is now owned by Manchester City but has had no shortage of reported suitors after playing an integral role on loan in the Terriers' promotion.

Australian news channel SBS claims SEVEN Premier League clubs have been willing to match the £10 million asking price, but it appears that The Terriers have won the race.

Mooy is set to join Huddersfield in a £10million deal.

It would smash their previous transfer record set 12 months ago when they paid 1860 Munich $3 million for defender Christopher Schindler.

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Having spent the 2016-17 season on loan with the Terriers from City, manager David Wagner has embarked on a mission to acquire Mooy for good, and the BBC reports he has his man.

The Australian worldwide penned a three-deal at Pep Guardiola's outfit before being sent out on loan to the John Smith's Stadium just a over a fortnight later.

There were suggestions that Mooy might be given a chance to prove himself in Manchester in 2017-18, but, after assessing the player, Pep Guardiola decided he wanted to look elsewhere for midfield reinforcements, albeit with the buy-back option.

Town will now press ahead with other key transfer business, with the club targeting several new recruits.

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