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Falcao How?

City links to 'this and that' player are hardly new, nor are reports saying that Radamel Falcao is of interest to the club.

Quite, no matter how good he might be, he would fit into the plans of Manuel Pellegrini is one thing another would be, and the more pressing matter, the fitting into Financial Fair Play rules and regulations.

A highly unlikely deal to happen if you ask me....

The arrival of another overseas player would, it seems, push the squad limitations to the max with the squad virtually at the point now where a more high profile player, and more likely to play a part this season, would have to be left out of the premier league squad!

Nice thoughts but I feel the tabloid speculation today that City, along with Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool, are 'plotting a move' to sign the Colombian international from Monaco with his proposed move to Real Madrid on the 'verge of collapse' are fanciful at best, aren't they?

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Date:Friday July 18 2014

Time: 9:38AM

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Whatever about squad limits, if the rumours that Mangala is a done deal are through then we have spent all we are permitted to spend this window, so this is a non-starter.
Bluedub
Buy falcao under Melbourne city or new York club then loan him to man city straight away then sign him to man city next year fk ffp steaming cow pat
Budgie Smuggler
Buying players, particularly strikers who have had a major ACL injury is always risky. I can't see City taking that risk, particularly with UEFA trying to hamstring us. Non starter for me
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