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Published: 09:29 | 30/6/16

City sign Mooy


Manchester City have signed Australia international Aaron Mooy from sister club Melbourne City.

The 25-year-old has agreed a three-year deal to move to Manchester but he is expected to be sent out on loan for the 2016-17 season.

Mooy joined Melbourne City from A-League rivals Western Sydney Wanderers in 2014 and has been crowned Player of The Year in successive seasons.

"Aaron is an extremely talented player who possesses the attributes we hope to foster and encourage within the City Football Group," said Brian Marwood, managing director with City Football Services.

"With the unique model CFG provides, Aaron's move to Manchester allows us to further expose him to a high standard of opportunities to ensure his professional growth."

Meanwhile, fellow Australians Luke Brattan and Anthony Caceres will move in the opposite direction on loan deals.

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