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 ?/£&%"
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.
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