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Arsenal Striker Granted Work Permit



Emmanuel Adebayor's transfer to Manchester City is imminent with the Togolese striker being granted a work permit after a hearing in Manchester yesterday.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has not yet commented on the future of the £25m target-man, although a deal is expected to go through before City head out to South Africa to take part in the Vodacom Challenge.

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Writer:Lincolnsmariner
Date:Wednesday July 15 2009
Time: 8:02PM

Comments

0
Oh no! It's that word imminent again :)
oliverblue
15/07/2009 20:05:00
0
Another three week wait then OB!
eighthsin
15/07/2009 20:14:00
0
The cat's out of the bag 8th. Ok, oliver. The site is to be named "Imminent Manchester City."
Johnny Baguette
15/07/2009 21:01:00
0
Too many negatives come with Adebayor, I hope Hughes knows what he is doing. This will be the third striker he has bought this summer and we are hanging onto the hope that terry will sign, but I am not convinced on that one. We do have strikers already at the club, what we do need is to strengthen the backs.
Buzz Lightyear
15/07/2009 21:40:00
0
Think City will give Terry 24/48 hours to make his mind up and if it doesn't happen then they will move on. Lescott and Alves are probably more realistic targets anyway. Nice to watch Chelsea squirm though.
jackblue
15/07/2009 21:53:00
0
I like that your poll has Adebayor as favorite to finish as top scorer for City next season ..... above players who actually play for you ... lol
Rocky7
15/07/2009 22:04:00
0
Defence must be the priority for City. If Terry is going to commit, then fine. But whatever happens, City need two extra centre backs, in the squad -- particularly one who can also cover left as back-up for Bridge. Without Terry, Lescott and either Upson or Hangeland would do it for a Top 4 finish next season.
Sindbad
15/07/2009 23:50:00
0
Don't you lot got like 10 strikers now? Why need for another one?
emigre
16/07/2009 17:13:00
0
You actually think that your team could finish top four? Honestly lads, none of your players would get into our first 11 (maybe a few would challenge or are on par, but that is it) to get into the top four, Barry, Tevez, Santa Cruz and Adebayor cannot be the first names on the teamsheet.
Tom14
16/07/2009 22:40:00
0
Tom14, do yu actually know anything about football, or is your mum still reading you bedtime stories. I won't ask you if you are under a doctor, I just assume you are.
Buzz Lightyear
16/07/2009 22:50:00
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