Gerónimo Rulli in a party this 2015-2016 in front of the FC Barcelona

It wants it in his City

Guardiola Goes back to meddle between a player orbit culé

Published:22/05/2016 - 14:53h

Updated:22/05/2016 - 16:40h

The Manchester City would have launched an offensive to do with the guardameta of the Real Sociedad Gerónimo Rulli, goalkeeper that follows very closely the FC Barcelona in case that one of his two goalkeepers titled want to abandon the club

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After finish this Saturday his last season with the Bayern of Munich, after heaving with the Glass of Germany winning in the penaltis to the Borussia Dortmund, Pep Guardiola already can think only and exclusively in his new club. A Manchester City that will suffer an authentic revolution to all the levels and, especially, in his first staff.

Here, and always under mandate of the of Santpedor, the sportive direction "citizen" follows looking for reinforce. It is thus that has put the eyes in a player that finds in the orbit of the FC Barcelona from this season after his big season in Donosti. It treats of the cancerbero Argentinian of the Real Sociedad Gerónimo Rulli.

As it aims this Sunday the "Daily Mail", Guardiola would have asked not leaving to lose him the track to the guardameta of the Basque team, yielded by Students of the Silver that has a percentage of his index card together with an investment fund with Argentinian capital and English. According to desvela the newspaper, the City is part of this bottom investor and could take advantage of of the situation.

The Real already had to sign the signing of the goalkeeper, that is loved in Anoeta and would want to follow linked to the club. However, the interest of the all powerful Manchester City, that would carry three years after his steps according to this information, can have them truncated his wishes.

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