Seems those Saudi billions really are talking on the blue side of Manchester, and they could be a outsider for next season’s title at this rate. Only days after they wrapped up the signing of the tricky Spainard David Silva, they’ve moved to add yet another midfielder, Yaya Toure, and a defensive one at that. Granted, he has slightly more to offer going forward than the legion of other defensive midfielders at Eastlands, but it’s hard not to feel that Roberto Mancini isn’t merely trying to recreate catenaccio in Manchester, when they’d sooner have chips and gravy. Read more.
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