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Joleon Lescott insists Manchester City can maintain their push for honours throughout the season and believes Owen Hargreaves' arrival will only benefit their pursuit of trophies.

Hargreaves weighing up offer as Albion throw him career lifeline

Roy Hodgson revealed yesterday that West Bromwich Albion presented the former Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves with a contract offer after a meeting with the player on Tuesday night and are waiting for his response.

Leicester cool interest in Owen Hargreaves

Leicester manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has confirmed he has enquired about Owen Hargreaves - but any possible deal to sign the former Manchester United midfielder is "on ice".

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Roy Hodgson admits Owen Hargreaves' fitness record could scupper his chances of signing for West Brom.

Neville hopes for Sneijder arrival at Manchester United

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