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Buffon To City?

Buffon To City?

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The Times Online have reported that Manchester City have launched a bid for the experienced Italian International goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.

According to the Times Online, Manchester City has launched a £50 million pound bid, which will only increase the opinion that Manchester City mean business this January. Manchester City could offer the Italian a reported £160,000 a week contract. I don`t think Robinho will like that?

Also what happens to Joe Hart, if this bid comes to fruition? Transfer gossip, or not, I certainly don`t mind City being linked with such a world-class player.

The only concern is does Mark Hughes want Buffon, or is the chairman using his power to control the transfers? I remember Mark Hughes stating he didn`t want big-name signing?

Would you want Buffon between the posts? Or do you think Joe Hart has done enough for City. Maybe only a keeper who can challenge Schmeichel for that Bench spot is needed?

All i know is that come January we will be linked with every Tom, Dick and Harry possible.



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Writer:amcollinz
Date:Friday November 21 2008
Time: 11:51PM

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Another line to try and sell newspapers.
alphieblues
21/11/2008 23:56:00
0
do not need him weve got joe and lets see how casper takes his chance
cityboy56
22/11/2008 06:25:00
0
we need a third keeper yes.....but not him and definately not for that much money.......even though we've got money to burn !
lincolnblue
22/11/2008 07:55:00
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I don't care how much we spend as long as the teams good!
mcfcthriller
22/11/2008 11:00:00
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He's the man. Sorry lads, but this is one demented transfer I would wholly endorse. He's a completely hatstand genius and just the star to help bring Harty and Kasper on.
Johnny Baguette
22/11/2008 11:45:00
0
The worlds best no doubt.
alphieblues
22/11/2008 11:49:00
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