It looks like Edin Dzeko will be on the market this January. According to Goal.com, Manchester City has no plans to offer the striker, whose contract expires in 18 months, a new deal, so it may listen to offers for the Bosnian over the winter transfer window. Dzeko, 27, has not started a league game for City since late September. Earlier this month, he spoke publicly about his frustration over a lack of first-team action.
"I need to play more than I am,” the former Wolfsburg striker said. “I’ve only started four games in the Premier League. ... For three games in the Premier League I didn’t play at all. That never happened last season. ... For every striker it’s important to play 90 minutes, not 45, then 50, then maybe 15, you know? But I’m still here and I still have 18 months left on my contract. But you never know what can happen in the future."
A number of European clubs are reportedly interested in Dzeko’s services, including Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan and AS Roma.