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Thursday, 31 January 2013

Manchester City: Who would be your dream deadline day signing?

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Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has bid a fond farewell to controversial striker Mario Balotelli, but will the Italian boss be about to bring somebody new in?

Balotelli-manciniThe Premier League champions have been deafly quiet this month in the transfer window, however, Tuesday night's draw at QPR may have been a wake up call for the owners to give Mancini some money to bring in a few new faces to the Etihad.

In the past few days City have been closely linked with making a later move to sign Barcelona and Spain striker David Villa. One striker out and one out seems quite plausible, and the Spanish contingent at the club could convince him to join the club.

Other names who have been linked with a move to the blue half of Manchester include Napoli ace Edinson Cavani, former Spurs midfielder Luka Modric and Brazilian attacker Taison. But could City blow everyone out of the water today with a huge move for one of the game's greats?

If you were in Mancini's boots, who would you love to bring to the Etihad and why? Would it be another striker or would you reinforce the midfield area? How about defensively, or would you like to see another top keeper come in to keep Joe Hart on his toes?

Whatever your views, we'd love to hear from you. You never know, maybe Mancini will read this and decide you're spot on!


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