Mancini eyes three new signings as City boss plans to start summer spending

27 June 2011 09:13
ShareRoberto Mancini is set to launch a triple swoop as Manchester City look to bolster their squad ahead of the new season.

Fiorentina midfielder Alessio Cerci, Partizan Belgrade defender Stefan Savic and AZ Alkmaar keeper Sergio Romero are all targets for the Italian.

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The Eastlands boss expects to sign Savic, 20, for around ?7million while Cerci would command a similar fee.

Romero played all of Argentina's matches at the World Cup in South Africa and would provide competition for Joe Hart, especially if Shay Given leaves the club.

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Mancini is leaning heavily on two trusted agents to help pull off the raids - Sergio Berti, who represents Cerci and Savic, and Mino Raiola, who looks after Romero.

Both have helped him in the past with Raiola playing a part in Robinho's ?18m sale to AC Milan.

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