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Window Shopping: Day 11

  • 11 January 2012 08:30
  • Posted by David Clayton

Day 11 of the transfer window and Sky Sports’ Transfer Window Totaliser stands at a measly £1.2m with nobody really doing any business so far.

Mark Hughes’ appointment at QPR has inevitably led to suggestions that two of his first purchases at Loftus Road will be Wayne Bridge and Nedum Onuoha, but that is merely speculation at this point it seems.

Stefan Savic has been linked with a January move away from City but his agent has told an Italian website that the Montenegrin will not be leaving the Etihad.

"Roma’s interest in Savic? He will definitely be staying in Manchester," Vlado Borozan, told

"He is happy at City. He played against United in the FA Cup on Sunday and he absolutely will not be moving."

Possibly coming in, according to TalkSport and, is Brescia goalkeeper Nicola Leali.

Sky Sports claims: “Reports in Italy state that Manchester City have been keeping a close eye on his development and Roberto Mancini has sent scouts to watch him in action.

“But Mancini will have to act fast as Atletico Madrid, Sporting Lisbon, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund are also in the market for the Argentine's signature.”

Sky Sports also claim the Blues are tracking Bristol Rovers’ rising star Shaquille Hunter.

They report: “The 16-year-old winger has up to a dozen top-flight clubs chasing him, and it is believed Manchester City, Liverpool and Fulham  are amongst his admirers.

“Hunter has emerged as Rovers' prized asset and has already been called into the first-team squad for a number of games this season.”

The Carlos Tevez saga rumbles on but there’s nothing of any note to add to his impending move to Serie A as things stand.

Come back for more rumours, gossip and plain old column-inch filling speculation tomorrow.




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