According to reports this evening, the Valencia and Spain midfielder David Silva has agreed to join Manchester City for £27m, but if Roque Santa Cruz goes the other way then the price will be reduced to just £21m, but that depends on how negotiations go on between Santa Cruz and Valencia.
The Daily Mirror has been told by “sources” that Silva has agreed a contract worth £80,000 a week, but the move won’t be officially announced until after Spain’s involvement in the World Cup is over and Silva has completed a medical in Manchester.
Chelsea were also rumoured to be keen on bringing in Silva to replace Joe Cole, but it seems they have been outbid by Robert Mancini’s side.
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well done city. silva is such a top talent we have gone about our work really well to get his signature. cant wait to see him in blue next season. unlucky for chelsea seems like you have been out muscled again.
what a rumor this is. silva is still in south africa along with spanish national team. how is it physically possible for him to fly all the way to manchester to finish his medical check and come back?
silva is a good player but i think chelsea have better options.
27 mill is more than hes worth.
he might not win a single thing with city but atleast he’ll be getting paid well.
Chelsea should v nt lost d buyin of david 2 man-city.who do chels ea wnt2replace joe cole w nw?
i follow city and i hope this rumuor is not true because i think silva is not worth buying,we should be signing much better players not an overated flop in silva ,come on city sign better players and let silva join chelsea.
im a chelsea fan and i no silva is smart enough 2 join us where he will win trophies with us unlike city who wont even make the top 3 that is the most ridiculous rumour i have heared in my life.
city said they signed ya ya toure abd they havent so why now are the saying silva what a stupid rumour
Hahaha you muppets…it’s offical and on our website…this is no rumour it’s reality and our poorer London competition gets shafted again 😉
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