Maicon set to stay at City - agent

Maicon's agent Roberto Calenda says that his player would like to remain at Manchester City next season.

Last Updated: 27/06/13 at 16:46 Post Comment

Maicon: Wants to stay at Manchester City

Maicon: Wants to stay at Manchester City

Maicon's agent Roberto Calenda says that the former Inter Milan defender would like to remain at Manchester City next season.

The Brazilian started 7 games for City last term and Calenda says that he would like to make an impression at City.

Speaking to Radio Sportiva, Calenda said: "He has had an unfortunate season, it can happen.

"Now he wants to prove his worth in a Manchester City jersey and achieve the World Cup's call with Brazil."

Maicon had been linked with Italian side Roma, but Calenda says that it unlikely to happen.

He added: "Interest from Roma? Italian football is going through a bad time economically so it is difficult to take players with this kind of salary."

City are expected to return to pre-season training next week.


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