Michael Johnson eyes Wolves loan move

12 December 2010 12:42
Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson is set to revive his injury-ravaged career with a loan move to Wolves.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy, a former City player, is favourite to do a deal next month after City revealed that the 22-year-old - once tipped for England glory by Sven Goran Eriksson - is only a fortnight from playing again.

Johnson has managed just two games in the past 27 months because of injuries. Troubled for a long time by pelvic problems, he then required knee surgery after a training injury.

Rare sighting: Johnson's career at Eastlands has been ravaged by injury

Johnson is happy to fight for his place at City but manager Roberto Mancini believes regular games on a loan spell is what he needs after such a long absence.

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Source: Daily_Mail