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Sunday links: Bolton, transfers and defensive football

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  • Despite playing for Arsenal in their defeat to Liverpool, Samir Nasri's move to City is very much still on, writes Phil McNulty: [BBC Sport]
  • Or is it? Glenn Moore suggests Nasri is set to stay and fight for Arsenal: [Independent]
  • City are set to allow Emmanuel Adebayor join Tottenham on a free in order to shed his £170,000 a week salary: [Sunday Mirror]
  • Meanwhile, City's 'outcasts' will not form part of the 25-man Premier League squad: [MEN]
  • Pablo Zabaleta reveals he is helping Sergio Aguero settle in at the club: [telegraph.co.uk]
  • Paul Hayward writes that Aguero will allow City to release the handbrake: [Observer]
  • But Paul Merson still feels City are too defensive, particularly away from home: [mcfc.co.uk]
  • Owen Coyle says he is ready for big-spending City: [BBC Sport]
  • My look at the respective wide men over at EPL Index: [EPL Index]