Sunday, February 15, 2009

Man City, Liverpool and Real Madrid told pay us ₤50m now and he's all yours.

The financially capable Manchester City could be poised to beat the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool, AC Milan and Inter Milan to sign Valencia's golden goose David Villa next summer, and are planning to do just that.

With Valencia suffering under the weights of their ₤300 million, the Andalusians will be forced to sell some of their highest valued top earners to ease their dilemma, and the scorer of the Spanish winner against England last Wednesday can contribute greatly to that cause.

Valencia want to sell the Mestalla as they plan to build a new stadium, but so far they could not find suitable suitors to bid enough money for it. They have previously declared they would not be inclined to sell their stars unless they received "proper bids" in which case they will be forced to consider them.

Villa claims nobody at the club spoke to him about their need to sell him, but if they do receive an official offer with good money NOW, Le Che are said to be well prepared to sign the deal for Villa to be out of the Mestalla next summer, and –obviously- the one side that CAN pay ₤50 million now is Man City, with Real setting eyes on Ronaldo and needing a loan to finance that deal, while Milan are tie up the Beckham saga, Inter are planning raids on Chelsea and Arsenal, and Barca seemingly focused on getting Fabregas back. Liverpool –of course- have enough debts. Already to keep them off the heavy deals next summer.

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