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Aguero Is Not For Sale!

Speculation surfaced last week, implying Sergio Aguero could be tempted to move to Eastlands. However Athletico Madrid`s coach, Javier Aguirre has told the media he is happy at Madrid and has a contract to fill.

Javier Aguirre is quoted in the Manchester Evening News:

'On the subject of him possibly leaving, he has a contract here, he is happy here and I'm sure that is going to want to stay.

'Sergio, I truly believe, is going to do very good things here.'

His comments where made after City found that Aguero has a clause in his contract that will allow him to leave the club for around 40 million pounds, and of course City have no problem trying to finance any deal.

This is just the start of a host of players that will be linked with the club up until the transfer window re-opens and slams shut again. Exciting times to be a city fan!




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Writer: amcollinz Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 27 2008

Time: 1:49PM

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We'll see whether he's for sale or not if we table a bid.
oliverblue
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27/09/2008 14:09:00

You don't really have a choice when you give someone a release clause. So yes, he is for sale.
Twosips
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27/09/2008 14:38:00

you guys think any player wil join ur club just cos u have d cash, u'd beta wake up cos if u dnt make d champions league in two years, evn your thumb sucking robinho is gona dump ya 4 chelsea
gunnerchi
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27/09/2008 15:46:00

Pearls of wisdom from a nervous Arsenal fan! Thanks for that!
oliverblue
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27/09/2008 16:08:00

My view is that all the talk about Aguero is newspaper hype based on no real facts. I expect that Bluesy would have much better ways to spend 40M. I would even question the assumption that City would have no problem financing any deal. Rich people like our new owner tend to get lots of specialist advice before using their precious cash. I would expect bluesy to give much more opportunity to the homegrown Sturridge and Evans before bringing in another youngster on a long contract for 40M! It actually goes against all the commitments to the Academy to do that. While bringing in a more experienced striker on a shorter term contract at much less just gives more competition for places over the next couple of seasons. Why bringing in strikers would be a top priority now I don't know. We are already the Premiership's leading scorers -- and we have yet to field what is probably our best striking formation: LW Petrov, RW SWP, Robinho and Jo twin strikers, with plenty of ammunition coming from midfielders Elano and Johnson. We need to strengthen Left back; get another goalkeeper to mentor with Joe Hart and keep him on his toes; get cover for Kompany. We could bring in top quality in those three positions, really strengthen the team, and do it for about half the price that Aguero would cost. That's good business. Our new owner would probably have no problem financing that, but 40M for a single youngster -- who may or may not be suited to the Premiership -- I honestly can't see it happening.
Sindbad
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27/09/2008 17:22:00

Not for Sale....How many times have we heard that...
alphieblues
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27/09/2008 17:35:00

I remember in 2003 with KK we had Argentine striker, He was young (18) , He play three or four games and then disappeared, it was raw deal , I forgot his name now.
city 81
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27/09/2008 18:34:00

Matias Vicente Vuoso, city81. Signed for 3.5m. One substitute appearance, and sold to Mexican club Santos Laguna for 1m. Ouch!!!
oliverblue
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27/09/2008 18:47:00

Gunnerchi! I take it you'll not be joining us to share any more of your opinions, after your team has just been beaten at home by Hull City? ....................... thought not!
oliverblue
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27/09/2008 19:28:00

Thanks oliverblue for the Information, gunnerchi, Now I knew why Wenger concern from the City .
city 81
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27/09/2008 20:58:00

Dear oh dear, @rsehole Whinger. All that going on about Man City and you get turned over at home by Hull. Priceless.
Johnny Baguette
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27/09/2008 20:58:00

JB, Have you seen the results of carling Cup lots, We way was easy, Brighton > Derby > Leeds! :(((((
city 81
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27/09/2008 21:18:00

city 81 It was the same story in the FA Cup last year.
alphieblues
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27/09/2008 21:50:00

You are right, alphieblues, We Missed a big chance .
city 81
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27/09/2008 22:28:00

Lids would have been a firecracker. That really would have been rolling back the years!
Johnny Baguette
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28/09/2008 01:13:00

 

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