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Ronaldinho Unimpressed By City Offer

Ronaldinho Unimpressed By City Offer

Latest reports coming out of Brazil suggest Barcelona striker Ronaldinho is unimpressed by Manchester City's current offer of £200,000 a week.

Representatives of Ronaldinho are reportedly set to meet with City officials later this week in an attempt to settle a disagreement over personal terms.

It is thought the club have offered Ronaldinho a set contract worth £8million with an added £1.6m in bonuses; however, the 28-year-old is said to be unhappy with such a paltry offer.

By all accounts, the overpaid prima donna is currently on a deal with the Spanish giants worth £6million over the next two years, plus another £2m in bonus payments.

Vital Manchester City says...

"The greedy overpaid @#!^$ son of a ?/£&%"

Meanwhile...

On our last poll, Vital Manchester City asked the question...

When, if at all will Ronaldinho sign for Man City?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Towards the end of June - 36%

Never - 31%

Around the middle of June - 25%

First two weeks of July - 5%

Last two weeks of July - 2%

Sometime in August - 1%

On our new poll, Vital Man City regular Ghost of 76 asks...

With an array of strikers, who has the best chance of making Sparky's starting eleven?

To vote; use the poll question to the right hand side of this article.

Comments

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Think he is just stringing us along in the hope that AC or another "big" club come along for him. We should focus our attentions on signing hungry players with a desire to wear our shirt! Podolski would be the one for me!!!
oliverblue
09/06/2008 20:52:00
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Do you think we should have a whip round for him ???
alphieblues
09/06/2008 21:01:00
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er do you mean prima donna?
swordfish7
09/06/2008 21:23:00
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If he's not happy with that offer then you should withdraw it. Does he need all that money to sort his teeth out!?!?!?!
dazza71
09/06/2008 21:34:00
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The money being reported in this deal smacks of people running the club who know nothing about football and who dont have the long term success of Citeh at heart.
Pking
09/06/2008 22:05:00
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I think forget Ronaldinho and buy Shaun Wright-Phillips because he'll be useful for us and will fill the stadium because of the desire! Also he willgive us that edge...
mcfcthriller
09/06/2008 22:14:00
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I can't see Ronnie coming now. I appreciate City officials are doing just about everything they can to lure him away from Barca but something tells me 'it just ain't gonna happen'.
Tudor
09/06/2008 22:20:00
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I think your right Tudor! Plus if he's unhappy with having £200.000 a week do we want him here? I was born with a muscle wasting condition called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which people die before their 25 years old - i'm 21, i'm fighting to get the government to invest 30 million into finding a treatment/cure because theres treatments in the pipeline but the money is what we need to get them onto the market! So Ronald think hes got problems? Think again "Buck Teeth" I'd love o have £200.000 a week to save mine and everybody with DMD life's!
mcfcthriller
09/06/2008 23:22:00
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seems like everyone with "ronald" in their name is a money-grabbing leech, hey!
united4life
09/06/2008 23:38:00
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Sorry, but dont think goofy is worth this amount of money, buy someone who wants to come not someone who will come if you throw enough money at them.
Buzz Lightyear
10/06/2008 08:57:00
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