Monaco have rejected a £44.5m Manchester City offered for left-back Benjamin Mendy.
City are focusing on Mendy as their most recent huge cash full-back subsequent to spending more than £50m to make Kyle Walker football's most costly protector.
Be that as it may, sources a week ago revealed to Sky Sports News Monaco likewise esteem their player at more than £50m, and City's most recent offer has been rejected.
Mendy won the French title in his initially season with Monaco a year ago and furthermore helped Leonardo Jardim's side achieve the last four of the Champions League.
The 23-year-old implied at a move to the Premier League a week ago when he posted an Instagram picture of himself in Union Jack shorts, joined by the inscription: "See you soon."
City are in the market for a left-back after Gael Clichy's flight, albeit up and coming new £26.5m marking Danilo has played there for Real Madrid.