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City plan 'brain shattering' signings

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Manchester City's summer transfer plans will 'blow your brains out', according to Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp.

After spending plenty of money since being take over by Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, City have usurped their north-London rivals in the race for a Champions League spot, and can confirm their place in Europe's premier club competition with a win over Spurs at Eastlands tonight.

And Redknapp says that his Tottenham side won't be able to keep up with City, given their huge spending power.

“They tell me they've got one or two players signed already who'll blow your brains out,” said Redknapp.

 

“That's where they are going. They aren't going to stop until they win the title, and then the Champions League.”

City are about to embark on one of the most important weeks in the club's history.

They face Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday, where a win will guarantee their place in the Champions League next season, and then Stoke City in the FA Cup, where they can secure the club's first bit of silverware for 35 years.

Both achievements would be the first bit of evidence that City are moving forward since their multi-million pound takeover, and would be the first steps towards the dominance targeted by ambitious owners.

The likes of Kaka, Wesley Sneijder and Javier Pastore have all been linked with with club.

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