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Former Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson has asked the press to leave him alone as he seeks to get on with his life away from football.
Man City manager Roberto Mancini will be forced to trim his squad over the next year, as he attempts to ensure that the Citizens can match new financial fair play [FFP] regulations that go into force over the next 12 months.
Birmingham City are looking at making a bid for Man City's wantaway young midfielder Michael Johnson. There has been plenty of paper talk this morning claiming that Johnson could quit the club if an offer of £4 million is received.
Arsenal have sounded out Manchester City about the possibility of landing England under-21 international midfielder Michael Johnson this summer, in a deal estimated to be worth up to £8 million.
Dennis Wise could be set for the chop at Newcastle United, as owner Mike Ashley starts afresh and begins a clean out at the troubled Toon side. It is understood Ashley is unimpressed with Wise's contribution since arriving at the club.
Newcastle are rumoured to be moving a step closer to sign the impressive coup of Michael Johnson for a reported £8 million GBP fee from Manchester City.
Manchester City have been linked with a £10 million move for Ivan Rakitic, the talented playmaker currently at German side Schalke 04. The Bundesliga giants are reluctant to sell the Croatian.
Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson could be set to quit the club, according to reports. The player had been told that he is surplus to requirements at the City of Manchester, and Arsenal and Chelsea are on high alert.
Reports emanating from Spain this morning suggest that Mikel Arteta could well be on his way back to his homeland as Atletico Madrid have reportedly lodged an offer for the talented centre midfielder.
Both Everton and Liverpool are interested in signing Michael Johnson. The England under 21 midfielder has been a star for Man City this year, and Rafa Benitez and David Moyes are both reportedly keen on landing the player.
Rumours have surfaced that Juande Ramos is on the verge of making a move for Man City's star midfielder Michael Johnson in the summer. The England under 21 midfielder is also being monitored closely by Arsenal and Liverpool.
Arsenal are reportedly lining up a summer move for Man City midfielder Michael Johnson as the Gunners are on the look out for a permanent replacement for Mathieu Flamini who looks set to leave the club.
Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson is likely to sign a new deal, according to boss Sven-Goran Eriksson, who also rubbished rumours that Liverpool were lining up an £11 million move for the midfielder.
Gareth Barry is Liverpool's prime target in the summer transfer window, along with Manchester City youngster MichaelJohnson.
Liverpool are considering a summer transfer swoop for Manchester City's central midfielder Michael Johnson. The player has been in superb form for the Blues this year, as Sven-Goran Eriksson brought him through. Liverpool coach Rafa Benitez is ready to offer £15 million in the summer.
Man City slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Chelsea on Saturday as Richard Dunne put the ball through his own net very early on and another error from the defender helped Salomon Kalou wrap up the result to keep Chelsea 'hot on the heels' of Man United.
Man City and Everton have both proved to be serious challengers for Champions League qualification this season, and this match at the City of Manchester Stadium is sure to be a brilliant battle as Everton lie third in the form table.
Sven-Goran Eriksson has admitted that Man City's young midfielder Michael Johnson is on the verge of a comeback for the Citizens. Johnson has just begun training again to bring the Swede a timely boost.
Liverpool face a tough visit to Eastlands and Rafa Benitez faces a huge defensive headache. The Spaniard has refused to give up on the Premiership race, but a trip to the City of Manchester is not an easy journey for the Liverpudlians who are now sitting seven points off the pace.
Man City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson has warned Premiership rivals Liverpool after young midfield star Michael Johnson. Eriksson praised the Englishman for his outstanding displays as he closes in on a return from injury.