Manchester City: Potential summer transfer targets
Wednesday 20 June 2012
Manchester City produced the most thrilling ever finale to a Premier League season back in May.
But with ambitions of dominating both at home and abroad, they'll be hoping they can win the title without the need for last minute heroics in the final game of the season.
To do that - they'll need reinforcements. And with so much money seemingly available in the blue half of Manchester, a number of the big name players listed here can be expected to join the champions this summer.
Here, we take a look at the players who have been linked, both in the press and online, with a switch to the Etihad.
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