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Manchester City chairman John Wardle has refused to rule out selling England international Shaun Wright-Phillips this summer. The Eastlands side are struggling financially and may opt to sell their prized asset in a bid to raise funds to re-shape their squad during the close season. Wright-Phillips has been linked with a move to Arsenal and Wardle will discuss any offer with new manager Stuart Pearce as and when necessary.
Manchester City insist Shaun Wright-Phillips has made clear his desire to stay at the club, and will not be sold during the summer. The England star has been in sparkling form this term, proving one of the bright spots in an otherwise mediocre campaign for The Blues. His displays have, unsurprisingly, led to increased speculation that he will become a summer target for The Premiership's leading lights with Arsenal reported to be keen admirers of his talents.
Barcelona are reported to be considering a summer move for Manchester City star Shaun Wright-Phillips.
The Catalan giants are understood to have dispatched scouts to check on the England winger twice this season already.
They have understandably received glowing reports of the 23-year-old who has been in sparkling form for City this term.
Xavi has added to the speculation regarding Shaun Wright-Phillips by insisting the England midfielder should join him at Barcelona.
Wright-Phillips has enjoyed a splendid campaign that has seen elevation to the England ranks, in a run of form which has attracted admiring glances across Europe.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are all thought to be pondering over a summer swoop, whilst Barcelona are the leading chasers on the continent.