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Man City are ready to block any potential loan deal for Carlos Tevez in January, Mirror Football report.
This comes after reports emanated that he could join AC Milan for an initial six-month period with an option for a permanent move come the end of the season.
Roberto Mancini is determined to not let the Argentine leave in any kind of loan deal and wants straight cash after he reiterated the striker’s career with the league leaders is over.
The city manager attempted to clear the situation up on Italian TV: “Tevez is strong regardless of what has hap
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City are enjoying a first season in the Champions League and know victory in Naples on Tuesday evening would clinch a spot in the knockout stages.
A point would still leave the Premier League leaders as favourites to progress...
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LONDON (SE) - Manchester City will be under pressure to bounce back from their Champions League disappointment when they travel to Anfield to play Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.
City need just a point for a club record 16-game unbeaten streak, while victory would make it an astonishing eight successive Premier League wins. However, Roberto Mancini's side will still feel they...
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Manchester United defender Phil Jones has called on his side to crank up the pressure on league leaders Manchester City, The Telegraph reports.
City have started the season in explosive fashion, but came unstuck in the Champions League against Napoli on Tuesday night. Now, Roberto Mancini's men travel to Liverpool on the weekend looking to maintain their league form and keep...