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Valeri Parma Talks Confirmed

Valeri Parma Talks Confirmed

Manchester City today confirmed that Bulgarian international Valeri Bojinov is in talks with newly promoted Serie A side Parma over a proposed one-season loan deal.

Bojinov signed for City in a transfer reportedly worth around £5.75m under Sven Goran Eriksson, however, injuries hampered his progress throughout his time at the club.

After Mark Hughes' summer spending spree, the unproven hitman fell down the pecking order but will now be given the playing time he needs to prove his undoubted ability in Italy.

Despite two injury filled seasons at Manchester City, the 'Raging Bulgar' became a fan favourite after showing glimpses of his undoubted talent which included a fantastic goal against AC Milan in a pre-season friendly.

Fans will be hoping Boji can put his injuries behind him and wish him the best of luck in unleashing his lethal potential in Serie A.

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Writer:Lincolnsmariner
Date:Wednesday July 29 2009
Time: 2:07PM

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its not too bad really as city and boj's agent have ruled out a perm deal for boj.it will get him playing football again and i hope to see him back in a city shirt next season.
Mike Hunt
29/07/2009 14:11:00
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at least that's a plus side... still hoping we'll have enough strikers once RSC and Beller's imminent *gasp* injuries kick in at some point this season.
severedgein
29/07/2009 15:16:00
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Exactly, we all know he just needs game time and he wouldn't be afforded enough at City at this point in time. Next season when we are in Europe we will need him back.
eighthsin
29/07/2009 15:17:00
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It will be very interesting to follow Bojinov at Palma, His injury here was very serious and Hughes was reluctant to gamble with him hence the transfer market activity regarding the Forwards coming in. Hughes is also reluctant to let The Boj go and this is a good move and should bring him back to match fitness and hopefully scoring goals for Palma.
Buzz Lightyear
29/07/2009 15:41:00
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Bojinov could be back... but I doubt it. It's a shame and to be honest I was hoping we could keep him in reserve for this season. He is an explosive player who could deliver some crucial goals. But anyway, good luck back in Italy, Boj!
Sindbad
29/07/2009 19:12:00
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