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Rulli in no rush to move on

Geronimo Rulli is in no rush to leave Estudiantes as speculation suggests he is a transfer target for Manchester City.

Last Updated: 01/07/13 at 09:55 Post Comment

The Argentine goalkeeper is believed to be attracting interest from a number of European clubs after starring in his homeland.

The 21-year-old has become a first team regular at Estudiantes and has broken records for consecutive clean sheets and minutes without conceding a goal.

His exploits have been noted by the likes of City and Porto, and they are exploring the possibility of putting a deal in place.

City are said to be looking at reaching an agreement for Rulli, bringing him onto their books and then letting him link up with a New York-based MLS team they are to launch in partnership with the New York Yankees in 2015.

They may, however, face difficulties getting a deal put in place as Rulli has no desire to embark on a new adventure any time soon.

On reports suggesting he could soon be snapped up by a top European side, the promising shot-stopper said: "I am not desperate for a transfer at this moment."

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