Friday Links: Ibra snub; Johnson return?

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 28: Michael Johnson of Manchester City during the Carling Cup 4th Round match between Manchester City and Scunthorpe United at the City of Manchester Stadium on October 28, 2009 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Alex Livese
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic chose Milan over City, because the Blues were a 'side for the future'. Okay. [Daily Mail]
  • Did Milan striker Marco Borriello almost make a switch to Eastlands? [Metro]
  • City midfielder Michael Johnson is targeting a December return from knee surgery. [Evening News]
  • Kolo Toure on Emmanuel Adebayor. [Sport]
  • While at Inter, Roberto Mancini saw what Jo could do. Now, he's taken a leap of faith. [Evening News]
  • On Sheikh Mansour's spending strategy. [Telegraph]
  • Former City and current Blackburn striker Benjani lashes out at his old club. I suppose that when you're not good enough to stay on the squad, you lob pot shots in their direction. [Guardian]
  • A new training tactic from Mancini sees a hill installed on the grounds at Carrington. [Daily Mail]
  • Joe Hart and Adam Johnson are part of a new hope for the Three Lions. [MCFC]
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