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Summer Transfer Window Opens

Summer Transfer Window Opens

The FA have confirmed that the International Transfer Window will open on 9 June for all clubs in the Premier League, Football League and Conference National.

Meanwhile, domestic transfers remain unaffected and deals can be done as soon as a club's season is over following the completion of a club's last competitive game.

The transfer window will close at 6pm BST on 31 August 2010.

Latest Man City rumours, players in

Fernando Torres - Liverpool
Jerome Boateng - Hamburg
Alessandro Gamberini - Fiorentina
Mario Balotelli - Inter Milan
Juan Manuel Vargas - Fiorentina
Jermain Defoe - Tottenham
Gonzalo Higuain - Real Madrid
Gianluigi Buffon - Juventus
Edin Dzeko - Wolfsburg
Angel Di Maria - Benfica

Rumours of players leaving Eastlands

Joe Hart - Arsenal
Craig Bellamy - Tottenham
Carlos Tevez - Real Madrid or Inter Milan
Joe Hart - Arsenal
Stephen Ireland - Liverpool or Everton
Nedum Onuoha - Everton
Robinho - Anywhere

Do you think the above rumours have any substance?

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Monday May 10 2010
Time: 11:18AM


balotelli, Boateng i can see happening, boateng almost certain! Hart leaving, i cant see happening. I'm pretty sure with Givens fitness, Hart will start the next season at number 1! SWP wont be going to arsenal either
10/05/2010 11:34:00
Don't see Joe Hart going anyplace - he'll be our No1 next season.
10/05/2010 11:38:00
I wasnt too impressed with the players we bought last window. We didnt sign players of top, top quality and character. Expect tevez. Im not sure if mancini will buy any better than hughes, but he cant do worse. Id love to see vargas at city because he embodies all the characteristics of a true professional. Hes a top left winger and left back, his do or die attitude is similar to zableta. If Madrid dont go for him as reported, then i believe we could get him. Im unsure of dzveko because hes only had one good season in his career (like santa cruz), buffon always slags of city in the press and torres wont come without CL (i hope im wrong). Balotelli is a interested one, his talent is imense, effective upfront or on either wing. Hes a fiesty character and bad headlines have hampered him. He has had little support from mourinho, moratti and team mates. Also racism in italy is a big issue and this has deeply effected balotelli. I think a move to multi cutlural england would be better for him and a return to his father figure mancini, who bought him through as a youngster at inter. This kid can be one of the best players around in years to come. I expect city to go for ibrahimovic aswell with mancini's inter connections. Hes just like adebayor :( Higuain would be my choice, if real wanted to sell. City must buy a centre forward, winger, playmaker, central midfielder, both full backs and a centre half. We should keep hart, onuha, ireland (hes really has to improve next year) Get rid of bellamy because despite his passion - hes self centred, childish and dispruptive to the team. The way kaboul walked past him to cross in the winner and his warm welcome to redknap after the game was sickening. Ive had enough of him. He moans at the city fans during games and hes a been a trouble maker at every club thats employed him, including city. Yes - he has performed well, but for the sake of the team/club, his presence would be better of elsewhere. He'll be 32 next year, he performances will naturally drop. Time to cash in.
Super City Slicker
10/05/2010 12:03:00
City aim to get as much business done as possible before the World Cup starts. This will be a busy month!!
Johnny Baguette
10/05/2010 12:52:00
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