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5 players Manchester City could sell in the summer - originally posted on Soccerlens.comManchester City manager Roberto Mancini feels that his team still has a chance to close the gap with league leaders Manchester United despite trailing by 12 points.
Recently City were linked with Napoli striker Edinson Cavani and their interest seems genuine. The mega rich club wanted to buy the striker in the January transfer window, but his £52 million buy-out clause proved to be the only obstacle.
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They will go for him in the summer and they would need to sell a few players to balance the book. City are already under the scanner of Financial Fair Play rules and hence need to trim the bloated squad.
The club hierarchies are concerned about the financial warnings and hence the need has arisen to cull the unwanted members of the squad. Here we take a look at five such players whose future at the club is under huge threat.
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