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News In Brief - Including Ronnie Update

Today's news in brief includes, will he, won't he - Ronaldinho update, AC Milan tickets go on sale and Mark Hughes on new players.

Ronaldinho Update

The Daily Mail: Manchester City have tabled a dramatic £22million bid for Ronaldinho. The emailed offer was confirmed by sources in Barcelona last night and it followed a weekend of intense speculation that a deal with AC Milan had been agreed for the Brazil star.

City v AC Milan Pre-Season Friendly Ticket Info

Details can be found here.

Mark Hughes talks new players, or not in this case!

The official Manchester City site quoted Sparky as saying...

'We'll continue to look at the balance of the squad, but on the initial viewings, the make up of it and the cover that we have in certain areas seems in little bit light.'

'I would imagine there would be a number of changes - I can't tell you exactly what they will be at this moment in time - but we're looking though and we'll always be looking to improve the quality that we have.'


Poll Result

On our last poll, we asked the question, I subscribe to?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Sky Sports - 47%

Both Sky & Setanta - 23%

Neither - 19%

Setanta - 11%

On our new poll, oliverblue asks...

Should City continue to try and sign Ronaldinho?

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



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday July 14 2008
Time: 5:25PM

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