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Santa Claims City Interest

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Roque Santa Cruz claims that Manchester City will submit a bid to Blackburn as it is more of when than if!

Santa Cruz told 970 radio station:

'Rumours are growing every day. It seems that the circumstances needed for me to be transferred are going in a good direction, but everything is a rumour until now.'

He added: 'It is forbidden to talk with the clubs directly so I do not know a lot about it. I know that they are going to make a proposal, but I do not know the terms.'

Although he has not given any indication whether It is City he wants to join to reach his ambition but even if no deal is stuck, the striker would be happy to stay at Blackburn.

'Now it is a matter of time. We will see. The important thing, at the end, is that Blackburn and I are happy. There is a long way ahead until the market closes and I am fully committed with Blackburn and I will continue working with joy here,'





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Writer: amcollinz Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 2 2009

Time: 7:54PM

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Just hope this rumour is untrue. W.we can do far better with the 20M or so being touted for an injury prone one season wonder.
alphieblues
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02/01/2009 20:15:00

apologizes apperently Santa Cruz has come out and said that his words were miss translated and he is happy at Blackburn and has no intention of leaving? why would he talk about Man City then? lol
amcollinz
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02/01/2009 20:52:00

maybe he thought we were ManUre........
lincolnblue
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03/01/2009 07:59:00

I agree alph. The money could be used better. Dare I say Michael Pegleg Owen based on a purely Premier League experienced striker basis?
Johnny Baguette
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03/01/2009 08:01:00

 

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