Exclusive: City Track Down Samuel Eto'o
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On 9 December 2008, Vital Manchester City was the very first outlet to exclusively cover the ground-breaking news that City was interested in signing Barcelona striker, Samuel Eto'o.
Samuel Eto'o Deal Gathers Pace
Today, Friday 2 January 2009 the Spanish site, Sport.es reports...
'...Manchester City has submitted a bid of 60 million euros to Barcelona for Samuel Eto'o. The player would receive 15 million euros per season...'
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Our source has been tight lipped since we published the original story; however, this is the very latest.
'Eto'o representatives, Barcelona and City officials are thought to be at loggerheads reference his personal terms, plus, the 27-year-olds current contract is thought to be another major obstacle with a buyout clause being a major concern.'
'The Cameroonian international footballer is keen on playing in the English Premier League and Manchester City is believed to be high on his agenda, nevertheless Mark Hughes will not be held to ransom and will not pay an inflated price for anyone.'
'It is highly unlikely any deal will be made during the January transfer window, with the summer being more of a realistic target.'
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