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Blues Expect City To Make Major Signing Wednesday

Blues Expect City To Make Major Signing Wednesday

News filtering into Vital Manchester City towers indicates several of you think MCFC will make a major signing on Wednesday.

Two players hitting the headlines are Sergio Aguero and Samir Nasri, so, if rumours are to be believed I wonder if we'll see the aforementioned players at the Etihad Stadium next season.

Sergio Aguero

Argentina was knocked out of the Copa America last night when Carlos Tevez failed to find the net from the penalty spot. Therefore, it is conceivable Aguero and his agent will be available for contract talks as we speak.

Another twist in the tale is that Malaga and their mega-rich Arab owners have joined the race to capture Carlito's signature. If Tevez goes, which he will then the door is well and truly open for Sergio to move from Madrid to Manchester.

Samir Nasri

Arsenal are currently in Asia but their pre-season fixtures in the Far-East have now concluded. With the imminent return of Nasri I wonder if there is another case for the club and his agent to enter transfer discussions with officials from Manchester City.

It's all 'ifs and buts' but you never know. The rumour could have substance.

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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Sunday July 17 2011
Time: 11:27AM

Comments

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Should we really be mentioning the "N-word" on Vital City? After all, it's just like soooo disrespectful!
fifthcolumnblue
17/07/2011 11:40:00
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If you mean N for Nasri fifthcolumnblue then I have to agree - it is very naughty. I had to fight with my conscious but in the end I thought 'sod it' and went ahead. Poor Arsenal fans....my heart bleeds!!
tudor
17/07/2011 11:44:00
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Both this week would be great and a finish the the Tevez saga.... fingers crossed.
belfastblue
17/07/2011 12:04:00
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Tevez summed it all up with that penalty last night. A poor end to a poor tournament for Carlos as the exit door looms. Aguero for me on Wednesday then theo ther one next week. Tell you what...the Gooners were even schitzing on talkRubbish yesterday. Aren't they touchy?
pedmachine
17/07/2011 13:08:00
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Arsenal and Touchy, ped, it's never been known before, i mean they Are the 'original' member of the Old Sky4' so demand Respect.... as they respect others just ask the Southanpton and their pursuit of the lad' Oxide somthingorthere(cant remember his name... sorry )'£6million with the rest on ''appearences'' The whinger is so respectful... he does not know the meaning of the word.....
cityman51
17/07/2011 14:20:00
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hi im new man cite fan from india, I hope we sign ronaldo this summer. would be very very good signing.
pancake
18/07/2011 11:54:00
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Welcome to VMC pancake. Sorry to say this, but I think most of us wouldn't want ronaldo anywhere near our club! He is most definitely a great player, but most City fans think he's a total pri€k!
fifthcolumnblue
18/07/2011 16:32:00
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but he is bess player in the world better than tevez
pancake
18/07/2011 17:03:00
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Hi pancake, I have to disagree mate, Ronaldo is not the best player in the world, that would be Messi by a stretch imo. Ronaldo is a very talented player but what let's him down is his character, he's an arrogant prima donna and worst of all he's a cheat.
Bluedub
18/07/2011 18:42:00
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I think Ronaldo is good man. I think we would win the Champons leegue with Ronaldo. He is the best
pancake
18/07/2011 19:41:00
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