The beginning of the transfer window saw a big player leave the Etihad Stadium as Ilkay Gundogan chose to depart and join Barcelona on a free. Fellow first team regular Riyad Mahrez joined Al Ahli in the Saudi Pro League as Pep Guardiola was forced to seek out alternatives.
Mateo Kovacic became City&aposs first summer signing arriving from Chelsea while highly-rated defender Josko Gvardiol joined from RB Leipzig. Jeremy Doku joined last week in a bid to fill the Mahrez hole and overall City will be pleased with their incomings.
However, the real success has come from the money they have brought in from fringe players leaving the club. Several have departed having not played in the Premier League for City and this has collected a big sum for the Blues.
With this in mind, MEN Sport has taken a look at all the ins and outs at City this summer.
Jeremy Doku (Rennes, 55.5m), Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig, 77.6m), Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea, 30m), Matheus Nunes (Wolves, 55m).
Riyad Mahrez (Al Ahli, 30m), Aymeric Laporte (Al Nassr, 23.6m), Shea Charles (Southampton, 15m), James Trafford (Burnley, 19m), Alex Robertson (Portsmouth, loan), Josh McNamara (Southampton, undisclosed), Adedire Mebude (KVC Westerlo, undisclosed), Morgan Rogers (Middlesbrough, undisclosed), Cieran Slicker (Ipswich, undisclosed), Terrell Agyemang (Middlesbrough, free), Ilkay Gundogan (Barcelona, free), Benjamin Mendy (Lorient, free), Kian Breckin (Wycombe, loan), Yan Couto (Girona, loan), Liam Delap (Hull, loan), Callum Doyle (Leicester, loan), Issa Kabore (Luton, loan), Josh Wilson-Esbrand (Reims, loan), Carlos Borges (Ajax, 16.3m), Finley Burns (Stevenage, loan), Jadel Katongo (Peterborough, loan), Maximo Perrone (Las Palmas, loan), Cole Palmer (Chelsea, 42.5m), Tommy Doyle (Wolves, loan), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Southampton, loan), James McAtee (Sheffield United, loan), Joao Cancelo (Barcelona, loan), Slobodan Tedic (Charlton Athletic, loan), Daniel Ogwuru (Norwich City, undisclosed).