Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini looks set to fork out a massive £100 million in attempt to sign top Serie A strikers Zlatan Ibrahimovic of AC Milan and Edinson Cavani of Napoli when the transfer window opens.
The club has already spent more than £400 million since the takeover of the Abu Dhabi United Group 2 and a half years ago, and the stupendous spending spree will most probably go on as Roberto Mancini is demanding more transfer funds from his owner Sheikh Mansour.
AC Milan hitman Zlatan Ibrahomovic could be brought into the Eastlands as part of an exchange deal that might include striker Mario Balotelli (who has been very troublesome due to his distruptive behaviour despite only spending one season at the Barclays Premier League).
Napoli ace Edinson Cavani will cost more than £30 million if he happens to sign for Manchester City next season. The 24-year-old star could be a replacement for the club’s top scorer, Carlos Tevez, if the Argentinian leaves the club in the future.
Meanwhile, Chelsea have also been linked with a move for Napoli’s Uruguayan star Edinson Cavani as manager Carlo Ancelotti will certainly be happy to battle Roberto Mancini in attempt to get the striker.