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Blues among clubs tracking City midfielder

02/05/2013 | Comments (6)
Everton are mentioned among a clutch of clubs monitoring the status of Abdisalam Ibrahim, Manchester City's 21 year-old midfield prospect who is currently on loan in the Norwegian league with Stromsgodset.

The Blues have reportedly joined Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, Fulham and Swansea in keeping tabs on Ibrahim who is entering the final year of his contract at City.

He could be tempted to move away from the Etihad for regular first-team football if he fails to establish himself at City next season, according to Sky Sports.

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Noel Early
670 Posted 02/05/2013 at 18:54:21
I was sure this was going to be Michael Johnson again.
Jimmy Sørheim
725 Posted 03/05/2013 at 00:05:39
This guy is not good enough for a top-4 side, and there is a reason why he is playing in Norway right now.

Way too much speculation at this point in time, Moyes has not even signed yet. So why speculate on transfers at all until Moyes is on a new contract?

Eric Myles
735 Posted 03/05/2013 at 01:43:13
He won't come to us if he wants regular first team football.
John Gee
906 Posted 03/05/2013 at 17:21:40
If we're looing for a midfielder maybe we should sign Drenthe...
Ross Edwards
962 Posted 03/05/2013 at 20:53:24
I'm disappointed. I thought it meant David Silva!
Nelly Verdonghan
165 Posted 04/05/2013 at 15:45:54
Lets hope he's better than the last one they offloaded to us...JUNIOR....absolute garbage !!

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