Interesting transfer news are out claiming that AS Monaco are preparing a bid for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.
L’Equipe claims that the mega rich Ligue 1 club are willing to offer €22 million for the Belgium centre-half as they seek to assemble a squad capable of making an instant impact in next season’s Champions League.
The stumbling block will be Kompany’s current €8 million salary, with Monaco having to overcome France’s ridiculous 75 per cent tax laws.
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Manchester City could be without captain Vincent Kompany for tomorrow’s game against Southampton as Manuel Pellegrini ponders whether to risk playing him for a second time in four days. The Belgian defender returned from his injury layoff for Wednesday evening’s match at West Brom. While his comeback saw City secure their first away win of […]Read Full Story
Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany is excited at the prospect of playing cross-town rivals Manchester United over the weekend, building up the match ahead of the kickoff on Sunday afternoon. City are slowly climbing their way out of an early season injury crisis and were boosted by the return of Kompany on Tuesday when the defender made his first full-game appearance since the club’s 4-0 win over Newcastle in the season opener.
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According to ESPN, Manchester City center-back and captain Vincent Kompany could miss the derby against Manchester United on September 22nd as his groin injury will continue to keep him sidelined. Kompany picked up the injury during Manchester City’s 4-0 season opening victory over Newcastle United, a match that saw them briefly go top of the table before crashing down to earth with Kompany’s injury and their subsequent 3-2 loss to Premier League newcomers Cardiff City.
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Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has congratulated Marouane Fellaini following the midfielder’s deadline day move to Manchester United. Kompany and Fellaini know each other well from their time together with the Belgian national team, and the defender stressed that he’s always happy to see his fellow countrymen enjoy success.
Kompany also issued a warning shot to Fellaini, reminding him that the Citizens can be noisy neighbors. The two clubs have gone head to head in the past two title...Read Full Story
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