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Carlos Tevez Didn't Move To Manchester City For Money - Pablo Zabaleta
The Argentine doesn't believe his fellow Citizen is solely interested in cash...

Manchester City's versatile defender Pablo Zabaleta has revealed he helped convince Carlos Tevez to join him at Eastlands.

Arguably City's biggest coup of the summer saw them lure Tevez away from local rivals Manchester United to join up with Mark Hughes' revolution.

Zabaleta told The Manchester Evening News, "Carlos and I are good pals - he is a big man. I've known him a long time, and as we all know, he is a very good player, and we want his quality."

Tevez and Zabaleta are now team-mates at both club and country level and the former Espanyol man doesn't believe Tevez joined City purely for financial gain.

"People have said Carlos just came here for the money, but I don't believe that," he added.

Zabaleta points to the other signings the club have made this summer to prove that the Eastlands' outfit are now a big draw for players.

"It's a big project for the club. City are very different now, and Carlos is good for everybody. Players want to come here, the club is big.

"We have bought Gareth Barry and the others - they come here because they believe in the project, and that's important for this club."
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Carlos Tevez Didn't Move To Manchester City For Money - Pablo Zabaleta
The Argentine doesn't believe his fellow Citizen is solely interested in cash...

Manchester City's versatile defender Pablo Zabaleta has revealed he helped convince Carlos Tevez to join him at Eastlands.

Arguably City's biggest coup of the summer saw them lure Tevez away from local rivals Manchester United to join up with Mark Hughes' revolution.

Zabaleta told The Manchester Evening News, "Carlos and I are good pals - he is a big man. I've known him a long time, and as we all know, he is a very good player, and we want his quality."

Tevez and Zabaleta are now team-mates at both club and country level and the former Espanyol man doesn't believe Tevez joined City purely for financial gain.

"People have said Carlos just came here for the money, but I don't believe that," he added.

Zabaleta points to the other signings the club have made this summer to prove that the Eastlands' outfit are now a big draw for players.

"It's a big project for the club. City are very different now, and Carlos is good for everybody. Players want to come here, the club is big.

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Sylvain Distin Will Stay At Portsmouth - Peter Storrie
The Pompey chief is taking a bullish stance when it comes to the possible departure of the Frenchman...

Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has revealed that centre-back Sylvain Distin, a player heavily linked with a move away from Fratton Park with Sunderland and Manchester City reportedly interested, will be staying at Fratton Park.

Pompey have apparently turned down several bids for the player, and Storrie intimated that they will continue to do so.

"We have turned down offers and will continue to turn down offers," he told The Portsmouth News.

"He's been one of our best players for several seasons now and we want him to stay."

The News also reports another piece of positive news, in that Belgian right-back Anthony Vanden Borre will arrive tomorrow on a season-long loan deal from Italian outfit Genoa.

Pompey have also secured a work permit for Zimbabwean left-back Onismor Bhasera, after winning an appeal in London today.
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Lens Striker Dindane Rejects Monaco Switch As He Seeks Premier League Move - Report
The Ivorian is apparently desperate to play in England...

Aruna Dindane has apparently turned down the chance to move from Lens to Monaco this week, as he holds out for the move to a Premier League club with which he is currently being heavily linked.

According to Sky Sports, Hull City, Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers are all interested in the player, who has previously asserted that it is his dream to play in the Premier League.

"I do not want to go to Monaco. I have told Lens and it is up to them to resolve my situation," Dindane told Sky.

Hull and Blackburn have both been in pursuit of strikers this summer, whilst Stoke have also looked to bolster their attacking options. Tigers' boss Phil Brown is set to unveil two new signings tomorrow, according to The Hull Daily Mail, the players in question thought to be Stephen Hunt and Kamel Ghilas, but has failed in his pursuit of a number of high-profile forwards.

Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce, meanwhile, has been looking for strikers all summer after selling Matt Derbyshire to Olympiakos and Roque Sants Cruz to Manchester City.

The two clubs have also been linked with Boudewijn Zenden and Alvaro Negredo in recent days.
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Lens Striker Dindane Rejects Monaco Switch As He Seeks Premier League Move - Report
The Ivorian is apparently desperate to play in England...

Aruna Dindane has apparently turned down the chance to move from Lens to Monaco this week, as he holds out for the move to a Premier League club with which he is currently being heavily linked.

According to Sky Sports, Hull City, Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers are all interested in the player, who has previously asserted that it is his dream to play in the Premier League.

"I do not want to go to Monaco. I have told Lens and it is up to them to resolve my situation," Dindane told Sky.

Hull and Blackburn have both been in pursuit of strikers this summer, whilst Stoke have also looked to bolster their attacking options. Tigers' boss Phil Brown is set to unveil two new signings tomorrow, according to The Hull Daily Mail, the players in question thought to be Stephen Hunt and Kamel Ghilas, but has failed in his pursuit of a number of high-profile forwards.

Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce, meanwhile, has been looking for strikers all summer after selling Matt Derbyshire to Olympiakos and Roque Sants Cruz to Manchester City.

The two clubs have also been linked with Boudewijn Zenden and Alvaro Negredo in recent days.
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Roberto Martinez Pleased With Price Paid By Sunderland For Lee Cattermole
The Spaniard is disappointed to lose the player, but the transfer fee received is welcome...

Lee Cattermole today left Wigan Athletic and joined Sunderland in a deal worth an initial £6 million with an undisclosed amount of add-ons. Speculation had been rife about his future for much of the summer, and Latics boss Roberto Martinez, although far from delighted to lose the player, is glad at least that the issue has been resolved at last.

"The fee is a good one. It is far more than the club paid for him last year and the third highest in Wigan Athletic history," the manager told the Latics' official website.

"The initial offer from Sunderland was unacceptable as we said at the time, but they have now matched our valuation.

"The speculation about Lee has refused to go away over the last few weeks and this has been very unsettling for him and for our players.

"It became clear over the past days having spoken to Lee that he wanted to leave and it is very disruptive to the group when a player is clearly unhappy.

"My number one priority has to be the good of the club and it left me with a decision to make, I therefore agreed to the move for the good of the players we have at the club and who want to remain with us and help us progress to the next level."

Cattermole spent one season at the DW Stadium after moving to Lancashire from Middlesbrough for a reported £3.5 million a year ago. He made 33 league appearances, scoring once.
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Betis Keeper Ricardo Set For Exit - Report
The Portuguese keeper is nearing his exit from the relegated side...

Ricardo signed for Betis from Sporting CP in the summer of 2007 and he has found playing opportunities somewhat limited at the Manuel Ruiz de Lopera.

After finding himself out of the club's starting XI plans last season, which sparked rumours about his future in Seville, Ricardo has further dropped down the pecking order at the club following the arrival of Inaki Goitia.

The Portugal international has not been included in Betis' second pre-season training camp, to take place in La Manga, and news daily A BOLA suggests Ricardo is not wanted by the club.

The 33-year-old, who has two years to run on his contract with Betis, is now believed to be looking for a new club.
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Betis Keeper Ricardo Set For Exit - Report
The Portuguese keeper is nearing his exit from the relegated side...

Ricardo signed for Betis from Sporting CP in the summer of 2007 and he has found playing opportunities somewhat limited at the Manuel Ruiz de Lopera.

After finding himself out of the club's starting XI plans last season, which sparked rumours about his future in Seville, Ricardo has further dropped down the pecking order at the club following the arrival of Inaki Goitia.

The Portugal international has not been included in Betis' second pre-season training camp, to take place in La Manga, and news daily A BOLA suggests Ricardo is not wanted by the club.

The 33-year-old, who has two years to run on his contract with Betis, is now believed to be looking for a new club.
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Stuttgart After Middlesbrough Attacker Sanli Tuncay - Report
The Turkish attacker appears to on his way out of the Championship club...

Highly-rated attacker Sanli Tuncay is continually being linked with a move to Premier League outfit Aston Villa, but the Turkish forward has now also attracted the interest of German side Stuttgart, according to The Guardian.

Stuttgart have already secured the services of Pavel Pogrebnyak and Aliaksandr Hleb to strengthen their attacking compartment, but head coach Markus Babbel is reportedly keen to sign Tuncay, too.

Tuncay has been one of the absolute key players for Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate in the past couple of seasons, but he's desperate to leave the Teesside club following their relegation to the Championship last term.

Middlesbrough have reportedly set a €9 million asking price for Tuncay, but it remains to be seen whether Stuttgart are willing to meet the English side's demands.

Tuncay could also opt to return to his native country, as Fenerbahce are also closely monitoring his situation.
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Stuttgart After Middlesbrough Attacker Sanli Tuncay - Report
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Highly-rated attacker Sanli Tuncay is continually being linked with a move to Premier League outfit Aston Villa, but the Turkish forward has now also attracted the interest of German side Stuttgart, according to The Guardian.

Stuttgart have already secured the services of Pavel Pogrebnyak and Aliaksandr Hleb to strengthen their attacking compartment, but head coach Markus Babbel is reportedly keen to sign Tuncay, too.

Tuncay has been one of the absolute key players for Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate in the past couple of seasons, but he's desperate to leave the Teesside club following their relegation to the Championship last term.

Middlesbrough have reportedly set a €9 million asking price for Tuncay, but it remains to be seen whether Stuttgart are willing to meet the English side's demands.

Tuncay could also opt to return to his native country, as Fenerbahce are also closely monitoring his situation.
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