Bianchi sets City deadline

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Rolando Bianchi insists he will consider his future at Manchester City in December after admitting his disappointment at his lack of playing time for the Blues so far.

The Italian was Sven-Goran Eriksson´s first signing as City boss, costing almost £9million from Reggina, but has started only three of the team´s nine Premier League games so far. He has been used as a substitute in a further four matches, with Belgian Emile Mpenza being used as a lone striker by Eriksson.

If Bianchi does not see more action, he has hinted he may look to move on when the January transfer window opens, saying: "I have set a reasonable deadline of December for things to change and then we will have to consider options as I don´t like playing five or 10 minutes of games. I´m not used to being left out of the side and we´ll see what happens."

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