Manchester City have managed to capture the signing of Alvaro Negredo, just weeks after they struck a deal for his former Sevilla team-mate Jesus Navas.
This at first would have been disappointing for City fans however, this is no longer the case.
£20m for player of Negredo’s quality is somewhat of a bargain in the current transfer market, especially when comparing it to both Cavani and Falcao.
A man who managed 25 goals in 36 league games last season should have no problem finding the net in the English Premier League, and will provide tough competition for current City hit-man Sergio Aguero at the head of the attack.
As well as his ability, Negredo’s capture is also likely to have a huge positive effect on another of Pellegrini’s signings, Jesus Navas.
Navas has time and time again shown he is one of the best in the world at what he does, taking players on and creating chances.
However a move for the Spanish international has always been deemed a risky piece of business for many Premier League sides as there has always been a worry that personal problems would prevent him from finding his form.
There has always been a worry regarding how Navas could quite easily become home-sick.
But now with his former Valencia team-mate Negredo joining him at the Etihad, as well as the presence of current star David Silva, Navas is a great deal more likely to become a top player in the blue half of Manchester in the near future.
Pellegrini has taken very little time to make an impact since his arrival at Manchester City and if he is to bring in more top quality players he could well be on his way to the Premier League title next year.
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