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Manchester City midfielder Javi Garcia a target for Zenit St. Petersburg

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The Daily Mirror is reporting that reserve midfielder Javi Garcia is a transfer target for Russian team Zenit St Petersburg.

The Mirror say that the Russian side have made a bid of £12.5 million for the Spanish midfielder.

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Villas Boas bids for Garcia

Former Spurs boss Andre Villas Boas is reported to have bid £12.5 million for Garcia, who made 29 appearances for City in the Barclays Premier League last season, 15 of these as a substitute. 

Manchester City will find Garica surplus to requirement further next season if he stays as City have bought in Brazilian midfielder Fernando from Portuguese side Porto.  

City look to cut Champions League squad

Due to their Financial Fair Play fine from UEFA, City now have to reduce their Champions League squad to 21 players.

Manuel Pellgrini also needs to have five English trained players in his Champions League squad. This could lead Pellgrini to keep English defender Micah Richards and Belgian Dedryck Boyata for his squad.

It looks like Garica will be the next big money City player to leave this transfer window, with Joleon Lescott, Jack Rodwell and Gareth Barry having left the Etihad already this summer.

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