Man City To Make £33m Deadline Day Splurge?

Chris Wright

1st, February 2010

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By Chris Wright


Manchester City look set to make three take-it-or-leave-it deadline day bids for a hat-trick of midfield talent.

First off the bat is a £20 million offer for Real Madrid’s Fernando Gago. City manager Roberto Mancini has already seen two bids rejected for the Argentina international and is ready to make one last blockbuster offer to get his man.

Secondly, Mancini is hoping that a final £6 million bid for Middlesbrough’s Adam Johnson will be enough to entice ‘Boro into allowing their top asset to leave the club. Man City may, however, face competition from Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Wolves and city rivals Man Utd for the signature of the England U21 star.

And thirdly, Parma’s highly rated Kenyan midfielder McDonald Mariga looks likely to make a deadline day switch to Eastlands in a £7 million move.

£33 million well spent? Or just another insignificant drop in the Mansour ocean, spluffed like it was nothing?

Posted in Man City, Real Madrid, Serie A, Transfers & Rumours

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  1. callum says:

    Johnsons the only good buy, we have Bellamy and Petrov already but Shauny needs cover and Adam, even though he’s left footed can play there
    Good bit of business but don’t need the other 2
    need a left back and a creative midfielder:]

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