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Manchester City's International Scouting and Recruitment manager Rob Newman says scouting work is still ongoing despite the coronavirus shutdown



Manchester City's International Scouting and Recruitment manager Rob Newman says scouting work is still ongoing despite the coronavirus shutdown.
Newman believes the situation may see clubs unearth talent that they might have missed in the cut and thrust world of the Premier League.
“There's plenty for us to concentrate on and we are working on the last six months' worth of matches, watching players," said Newman to edp24.co.uk. “The break actually means that we are looking at players that we perhaps might not have if everything wasn't shut down.
“There's a lot of work to do. It's obviously difficult for us because we don't know what is going to happen with the transfer windows but we have got to proceed at the moment as if nothing has changed on that front.
“It's even more difficult for us because we don't know if we are going to be in the Champions League next season or even the season after that. There's so many different scenarios that we've got to plan for and be ready for but we've got a lot of time to look at things.

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