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Man City target Gago handed whopping 17m price tag by Real Madrid

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26 Jan 2010 12:01:58

Man City target Gago handed whopping 17m price tag by Real Madrid

Real Madrid have told Manchester City it will take £17million to prise Fernando Gago from the Bernabeu. Eastlands boss Roberto Mancini is keen to add another midfielder before the transfer window and recently confirmed interest in tough-tackling Argentina star Gago. Black day: Fernando Gago has been told to stay at Madrid Keen: Roberto Mancini But reports in Spain claim City have had a £13m bid knocked back. Although Madrid have not closed the door on a deal, coach Manuel Pellegrini is concerned that his squad is already stretched by injuries to Pepe, Mahamadou Diarra and Gonzalo Higuain, as well as the sale of Ruud van Nistelrooy. Nonetheless, Gago has grave concerns about his standing in the team and fears a lack of regular first-team football could affect his chances of playing at the World Cup. His agent Marcelo Lombilla has spoken to Boca Juniors first club - Gago's first club - about a loan to the end of the season, only for Madrid to block a move.  Tevez's home comfort! Striker happy he swapped Manchester United for CityPay as you go: Robinho must give up £2m to quit Manchester City for SantosFlamini and Gago in Manchester City's sights as Mancini admits interestALL THE MIDWEEK BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE AND CARLING CUP TEAM NEWSMANCHESTER CITY FC


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