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Tevez Exit - But Who Comes In?

Tevez Exit - But Who Comes In?



This is one of those nightmare articles that will make you think - what's the point of that?

The word from a much more reliable source than the likes of Joorabchian is that City have known for a while that they were going to let Tevez go, because City is on the verge of a major UNBELIEVABLE signing.

It is not thought to be any of the names being bandied about.

It could be that we are going to pay £100m for Robbie Keane - that would be unbelievable - but I understand that it is going to be a very special player indeed.

My source is sworn to secrecy, at least until City breaks the news.

So it is not all doom and gloom.

Who do you think it could be?

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Writer:Tranmere Loyal
Date:Wednesday December 15 2010
Time: 2:45PM

Comments

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Well seeing as it's pantomime season....I'm going to take a wild punt on Kevin Davies at Bolton!
Johnny Baguette
15/12/2010 15:25:00
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Lee Bradbury?
mark.mcfc
15/12/2010 15:28:00
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Alan from Salzburg !!!
vinnieb5
15/12/2010 15:48:00
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Haha quality vinnie, sign him up.
bluedub
15/12/2010 15:54:00
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Muller?
bluedub
15/12/2010 15:55:00
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Keane
nel yid
15/12/2010 16:06:00
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how about david villa from Barca to link back up with David Silva, with tevez going to other way .... I believe Silva had said that david villa wanted to play in the premier league ?
silva lining
15/12/2010 16:13:00
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Well there have been rumours of a world record bid for Iniesta. Crazy and unlikely it seems but you have to wonder if Barca might consider doing business because they have the ready-made younger replacement in their sights - Cesc Fabregas.
StuMCFC
15/12/2010 16:16:00
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An unbelievable signing would be Lionel Messi
ADTilson
15/12/2010 17:13:00
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I like Stu's reasoning and that would be an astonishing catch. I think it's too ealry for Villa - he's won nowt with Valencia so Barca must be his medal vehicle for this season, but next season? I still think it will some one closer to home, so I'm going for Torres. He would fit in quite nicely with Silva's skills. I don't know though so please don't think that this is the answer!!
pedmachine
15/12/2010 17:27:00
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