Seb Larsson on brink of quitting Birmingham for Manchester City loan

31 January 2011 02:53
Manchester City are closing in on a deal to take Birmingham's Seb Larsson on loan until the end of the season.[LNB]City manager Roberto Mancini has moved quickly after losing England international winger Adam Johnson or three months with ankle ligament damage.[LNB]Swede Larsson, 25, is out of contract at St Andrew's in the summer.[LNB] City switch: Midfielder Larsson is set to swap Birmingham for Manchester [LNB] [LNB]Larsson joined Arsenal as a 16-year-old in 2001 and made his debut - against Manchester City - in 2004.[LNB]He initially went on a season-long loan to Birmingham in August 2006 and a permanent switch was agreed at the end of that campaign.[LNB]Aston Villa, Blackburn and Newcastle have all been linked with Larsson this month.[LNB] LIVE: Deadline day - follow all latest news as the January transfer window slams shutClub-by-club guide to every Premier League transfer deal during JanuaryAll the latest Birmingham City news, features and opinionAll the latest Manchester City news, features and opinion[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People: Roberto Mancini, Adam Johnson Places: Birmingham, Newcastle, United Kingdom

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