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City Rumours Volume 57

It's pretty quiet out there on the rumour front. Some old rumours we've previously covered are re-surfacing (check the archives for details), most notably Postiga, Graveson and Malbranque , but I'd be surprised if any of those came off. The Quinton Fortune link seems also to have cooled a bit.

However, there have been a few new murmurings:

INCOMING:

Diego Tristan
The 30-year-old Deportivo striker who scored 12 goals in 27 La Liga appearances last season is believed to want a move to the premiership, with City, Bolton and Wigan leading the chase for his services.

If we're after him, we should have kept Riera for company. Good player, but probably a long shot (no pun intended)

Steve Sidwell
Psycho is after Reading's highly-rated 24-year-old midfielder who may be available for as little as 2m. Sidwell has just one year left on his current contract and is allegedly unhappy with the new deal Coppell has offered him.

I like the sound of this one, but the fee could be the stumbling block unless the Board start digging into their pockets

Gerermi
The 27 year-old Cameroon international is falling down the Chelsea pecking order and faces another two years as a fringe player, so he might be tempted to leave.

City are apparently trying to see if a loan deal may be possible. Geremi is a quality player but this rumour seems a bit flimsy to me, so I can't really see this one happening somehow.



OUTGOING:

No more news, but amazingly still a serious lack of big offers coming in for Joey - surprised... I don't think so !






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Date:Tuesday June 27 2006

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Cant see City getin any of them players and i think you might struggle this season.
matty17x
rumour mill has BWP moving to Southampton ...... anything over a million would be good business
ronin
 

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