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City Expected To Smash World Record Transfer Fee

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Vital Manchester City has learnt that Mark Hughes has his eye on two world-class strikers and is more than happy, if required to smash the world record transfer fee to acquire their services.

Our source, who just happens to be the same person who broke the exclusive Samuel Eto'o story back in December 2008, suggests City will do what it takes to land their man.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 2 2009

Time: 8:21PM

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the other person is david villa --- u dont need them u need defenders bridge is a good start then marcos senna for another midfielder maybe u need 1 striker but u need 2 get rid of vassell and jo
Arsenal_1_Best
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02/01/2009 21:36:00

Villa, Aguero or Benzema for striker. De Rossi or Cambiasso for central midfield. A few of those and we will be in contention for Europe by the end of the season.
eighthsin
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03/01/2009 04:36:00

Time will tell whether Bluesy plays safe for now PL experience wise or makes a big move into Europe....
Johnny Baguette
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03/01/2009 07:16:00

there will be at least one "big" signing....I am sure of that......
lincolnblue
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03/01/2009 08:01:00

Who'll come? I mean, Eto'o and Villa will want CL footy. They cant get it at your club for atleast another 3 years. Monwy is not the only attracting point. Maybe you'll get Adrian Mutu or Adebayor. Both are proven money grabbing muppets.
JT_daniel
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03/01/2009 16:40:00

To get the player we really need would require a massive amount of money, but less than the silly figures quoted for Kaka or Buffon. De Rossi would be the ideal midfield general. We could build a team around him.
Sindbad
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04/01/2009 14:18:00

 

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