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Manchester City agree deal for David Silva

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Manchester City ar eset to sign Spanish international winger David Silva from Valencia for an undisclosed fee. City have agreed a five-year deal with the 24-year-old, who will complete a medical an… Read More
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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
Manchester City ar eset to sign Spanish international winger David Silva from Valencia for an undisclosed fee.

City have agreed a five-year deal with the 24-year-old, who will complete a medical and sign for the club once his involvement in the World Cup is over.

He said: "The Premier League is one of the best competitions in the world and I want to bring success to City.

"They are a club with a great future with fantastic players. I want to be an important player in City's history."

Silva is City's second major signing of the summer, following the capture of Hamburg's German international defender Jerome Boateng.
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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
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#2
Funny how money talks.
#3
another fringe player that will make little or no difference to their current squad.
#4
another lifelong city fan signs for the club he's supported since a boy no doubt.
#5
Rumoured to have paid somewhere between £21m - £25m

A good player on his day, but missing two of the most important qualities needed to be a big hit in the Premier League - pace and power. His decision making is also questionable (and I don't just mean leaving a Champions League club for Man City :lol:)
#6
5 year deal? when will these mug teams cop themselves on to the fact that the players are sigining for massive pay deals they will not get anywhere else, why not insist on a 2 year deal that rolls on. He may be a complete flop and after a season or two lose interest and then have to be paid millions to leave just like Robhino.
#7
people were saying he was excellent not that long ago......

now citeh have signed him .....hes just a fringe player who wont do anything:lol:

robinho hasnt been paid millions to leave either.....hell be back at citeh for the start of the campaign, who told you that?
#8
casparwhite
people were saying he was excellent not that long ago......

now citeh have signed him .....hes just a fringe player who wont do anything:lol:

robinho hasnt been paid millions to leave either.....hell be back at citeh for the start of the campaign, who told you that?


I can't see Robhino playing for City again, ever. Why would he, he left under a cloud and nothing has changed with his situation.
banned#9
Where's insomniac these days??
#10
greg_68
I can't see Robhino playing for City again, ever.


well you wouldnt be able to seeing as you think hes been paid off to leave already:roll:
#11
master_chief
Where's insomniac these days??


must have managed to get to sleep
banned#12
nice to see the that we have made yet another good signing .. let the forum bitters come out the wood work...oh too late
#13
master_chief
Where's insomniac these days??


havnt seen him since his world cup thread got spammed

sulking no doubt
#14
dog_cop
nice to see the that we have made yet another good signing .. let the forum bitters come out the wood work...oh too late


Do you really think he's that a good a signing though? Personally, I think Bellamy is a better option. And where does this leave your bid for Milner??
#15
casparwhite
people were saying he was excellent not that long ago......

now citeh have signed him .....hes just a fringe player who wont do anything:lol:



no can you honestly say he's any better than johnson, bellamy, tevez, wright phillips, adebayor, ireland or weiss. I don't.
#16
midlandscomics
Do you really think he's that a good a signing though? Personally, I think Bellamy is a better option. And where does this leave your bid for Milner??


Apparently the rumour mill suggests a double swoop for Milner and Agbonlahor for £44 million.....kerching.
#17
greg_68
Apparently the rumour mill suggests a double swoop for Milner and Agbonlahor for £44 million.....kerching.


£50m for Milner, and you pay them £6m for taking Agbonlahor ?? Not a bad deal :-D
banned#18
midlandscomics
Do you really think he's that a good a signing though? Personally, I think Bellamy is a better option. And where does this leave your bid for Milner??


milner .. not sure if thats an option

Bellamy will be at City this next season but as we know due to injury's I think he will be used sparingly but effectively.. Pity the England team didnt have half his desire when he plays , and perhaps they might be still over in SA
#19
ants97
no can you honestly say he's any better than johnson, bellamy, tevez, wright phillips, adebayor, ireland or weiss. I don't.


im not saying anything whatsoever......hes a player in his own right and until he plays here im not daft enough to start slating him:) or predicting if he will or wont score more goals than the players mentioned(compared)........
#20
casparwhite
im not saying anything whatsoever......hes a player in his own right and until he plays here im not daft enough to start slating him:) or predicting if he will or wont score more goals than the players mentioned(compared)........


who's slating him, being a fringe player for the 5th best team in england can't be that bad, it got wright phillips to the world cup.
#21
dog_cop
milner .. not sure if thats an option

Bellamy will be at City this next season but as we know due to injury's I think he will be used sparingly but effectively.. Pity the England team didnt have half his desire when he plays , and perhaps they might be still over in SA


you make it sound like wales could have won the world cup with him........they didnt even make it:roll:
#22
was this a mis-buy, sure they wanted David Villa.

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