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Manchester City Agree Deal With Sevilla For Alvaro Negredo

alvaro negredo Manchester City Agree Deal With Sevilla For Alvaro Negredo

Manchester City have agreed a deal with Sevilla to sign Spanish striker Alvaro Negredo, pending a medical.

The Spanish club have confirmed that the deal has been finalized, and will be hosting a farewell send-off at Sevilla’s Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium at 1:30pm ET today to bid goodbye to Negredo. Sevilla are inviting his colleagues to visit the ground before the club leaves for a tour of South America.

The transfer fee to bring Alvaro Negredo to Manchester City is rumored to be £21.5 million.

Negredo will be Manchester City’s third major signing of the summer after bringing Fernandinho and Jesus Navas to the club.

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5 Responses to Manchester City Agree Deal With Sevilla For Alvaro Negredo

  1. bluemoon70 says:

    Welcome to Manchester, Alvaro!!!

  2. M Owen says:

    Gaffer what the heck, did you make deal with “The Man” ? i am seeing a message that i need to watch some video to have 24 hours of uninterrupted access to the site.

    on other note i am glad you guys efforts are paying off

    • Christopher Harris says:

      It’s a video that can be skipped after 10 seconds — just like YouTube does. World Soccer Talk is now my full-time job, so I need to generate revenue to pay the bills.

      • M Owen says:

        aye gaffer, i was wondering the same…congrats and good luck, will be there to support this site as always.

        even though you write crappy articles about Suarez lol :)…now now i was just kidding.

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