While Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have all struggled to land their top transfer targets, Manchester City have laid down a significant marker to their title rivals with a pound sterling90 million spending spree.
English Premier League football team Manchester City new signings (L-R) Alvaro Negredo, Stevan Jovetic and Jesus Navas in Hong Kong on July 22, 2013. New manager Manuel Pellegrini was given the green light to go on a spending spree.
City's Abu Dhabi-based owners have never been shy about splashing the cash, but the arrival of new manager Manuel Pellegrini and the perceived weakness of their rivals has given Sheikh Mansour an extra incentive to flex his financial muscles.
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