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Mauro Zarate & Qatari Royals!

Birmingham chairman David Gold has told the Mirror that Blues might struggle to get Mauro Zarate permanently. The quotes from Gold, according to the Mirror, will put a few other Premier League managers on alert for the 21-year-old Argentine player who has 3 goals in 2 games since his loan move in January.

However the quotes 'It is going to cost us' doesn't look like they are saying they won't try to sign him to me?

Another report, this time in The Sun, suggests we'll struggle to hold on to him as 'his dreams of a permanent move to St Andrew's scuppered by the Qatari royal family.'

Red Top talk? Probably!

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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 2 2008

Time: 12:44PM

Your Comments

He's starting to impress. You should hold on to him!
Fan of Blues
Break your record fee for him, would love him to be at Ipswich.
BlueAmigo
He will pay back what ever you pay out for him
quietman
If you can hold on to or even sign him, he would be a good acussiosion.
will it ever happen
 

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