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Media Watch - June 14th

Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.

Dean Holden is at the centre of speculation, with HITC claiming City's assistant head coach is being targeted by Aberdeen for their manager's job. Current Dons boss Derek McInnes - the former City manager - could be making a return to England with Sunderland. He is reportedly in discussions with the Sky Bet Championship newcomers, with a decision imminent.

The Daily Mail claim City are one of a host of clubs with eyes on Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone. The report says Sunderland are favourites to land his signature, with their stopper Jordan Pickford on the verge of a £30m switch to Everton, while City, Watford, Leicester City and Leeds United all sit waiting in the wings.

Saidy Janko has again been linked with City, this time by Insider Football website. The Celtic defender, 21, is expected to leave Parkhead this summer.

The Bristol Post takes a closer look at the City players who spent time out on loan last season - predicting what the future may hold.

The Post also reports on City's pre-season training camp in Tenerife.

These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.

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