Manchester City have been dealt with a blow over the news that Piotor Zielinski is happy at Italian club Udinese and is not looking for a transfer, according to talkSPORT.
The 19-year-old has attracted the attention of City manager Manuel Pellegrini after breaking into the Udinese side.
Despite having played just nine Serie A games without any goals, the midfielder has been called up to the Poland international squad, picking up five appearances and scoring scoring three goals after impressing for the various Polish national age groups from under-15 and up.
However, Zielinski looks set to stay in Italy: "The future? I talked to the manager, I have a couple of offers," he told TMW.
"But for now I am in Udinese and I'm just fine here, I just think about growing with this team. Farewell in January? At the moment I'm not thinking about any transfer."
The Citizens spent big again over the summer as they look to win back the Premier League title from rivals Manchester United under the new stewardship of Pellegrini.
Stevan Jovetic, Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo and Fernandinho were the big name arrivals at the Etihad Stadium.
The 2012 champions have made a good start to the season with sundays thumping 4-1 victory over United as a focal point.
They currently lie third after five games with ten points, only north London duo Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are above them in the table.
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