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Manchester City star willing to take wage cut for transfer

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Manchester City star Edin Dzeko is prepared to take a wage cut, so that a move to German side Dortmund can be forced through, according to the Daily Express.

The German side are going to renew their interest in the hit man, after having a £17million bid fall through in the summer, as they could not meet the wage demands of the player.

Dortmund manager, Jurgen Klopp, is preparing for life without Robert Lewandowski and never ruled out the prospect of signing the Bosnian international.

He said: "You know with the storm we are facing in the next years, we must think about Edin Dzeko."

The striker has netted 16 times this season in 28 games, but this still has not guaranteed him a regular place in the Manchester City first-team, with Serigo Aguero forming a formidable partnership with summer signing Alvaro Negredo.

Dzeko also has an impressive record in the Bundesliga; in 111 games for Wolfsburg he found the net 66 times, helping them to their first ever league title, and finishing as the club's highest ever scorer.

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