bball37Why change what's not broken.
Only one change made, that's Llorente in the starting 11. Balotelli and Dzeko are probably on their way out, and Tevez is too risky to rely on. I went with Llorente just because that's the hot rumor of the month. His position could very well end up being Lavezzi, Cavani, or any myriad of options.
I'd like to see them get an insurance policy for Barry and a better second option for Clichy, considering Kolarov might be heading out. But for now, I went with the mainstays.
I highly doubt the summer spending will be limited to one player, but unless players are sold, there isn't much room in the squad. For now, I can envision Balotelli, Dzeko, De Jong and Johnson being sold.
The real unknown is Guidetti coming back from Feyenoord, after a fantastic season. If he continue his form into next year, he can easily fill the hole left by Balotelli, and another striker, Llorente in my mind, can replace Dzeko.
david1993players that could leave man city in summer
Roque Santa Cruz
Nigel de Jong
if all these players do leave they will be enough money to fun city transfer activities
LLorente would be great signing and would work well in man city
Man city also needs a another CB
if Kolorov leaves they need another LB for back up
possible long term replacement for Gareth barry
Javi Martinez but cost 40 million
chicarooneyManchester City are scumbags who bought a league title.
david1993Man city did pay over the top prices for some of the players
the team still had to produce the performances to win the league.
even though it kills me to say it Man city were the best team in the league the table dont lie
i am a man united fan