Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Madrid Young star Will 'Stolen' by Man City

JAC Sport, Manchester - Real Madrid threatened loss of striker a potential 15-year-old. Jose Angel Pozo planning to 'run' to a rich club, Manchester City.

The Daily Mail caught Pozo parents were in Manchester last few days. Apparently, they are looking for homes and schools for the Pozo that predicted to be migrated to England in January 2012. Pozo removals plan will be completed within the next few days.

Pozo is now a mainstay in Madrid U-16 team. He even became a top scorer and captain of that team. City seems promising higher salaries and sign up Pozo to reserve team so that are willing to leave Madrid.

City will be greatly benefited by not spending money transfer. That's because Real have not been binding Pozo professionally. City is only obligated to pay £ 100,000 in compensation.

Previously, Chelsea and Liverpool are also interested in the Pozo who scored 34 goals for Real youth team last season. But, the City is most likely to get a player plays according to the recommendations of this 170 cm rapid development director, Patrick Vieira.

The Citizens are starting a program that looked at the young talented players all over Europe for the future. They also want to avoid the Financial Fair Play that immediately applied by UEFA.

Real Madird reacted angrily to hear plan to lose one of the stars of this academy. President Florentino Perez promised to maintain Pozo as strong as possible.

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