Pay per Head: Porto defender Mangala signs with City

Eliaquim MangalaDefender Eliaquim Mangala’s Live betting fans were very happy to learn that the player signed with Manchester City from Porto, and pay per head services believe that he could add plenty of strength to the squad.

Price per head services know that the centre-back is the club’s sixth summer signing, after they acquired the services of Bruno Zuculini, Willy Caballero, Frank Lampard, Bacary Sagna, and Fernando – Mangala’s former team-mate at Porto. The player signed for an undisclosed fee.

A 23-year-old Mangala said: “City is a top club in Europe. For me, it was an important step to leave Porto and join Manchester City in order to continue my progress.

“I want to win titles and I believe I can do this. I am ambitious and this is why I am here.

“I’m very happy to come to England because, for me, the Premier League is the best league in the world.

“It is a very intense and very aggressive competition. There are plenty of goals, so it is also really nice to watch and I can’t wait to get started.

And even though pay per head services believe that joining City could prove to be a very big challenge for the player, many Live Betting fans are confident that he’ll prevail.

“The fact that Fernando is here is better because I played with him at Porto but there is also other players that I know like Sagna, (Gael) Clichy and (Samir) Nasri.”

Manuel Pellegrini added: “I’m delighted to have added a player of Eliaquim’s quality in the squad ahead of the new season.

“He is already a fine player but in my opinion, he has all of the mental, physical, technical and tactical attributes to become one of Europe’s very best defenders.

“Eliaquim is a player I believe will make an immediate impact in the Premier League, thanks to his physicality, his reading of the game and quality on the ball.

“I think he will prove to be a great signing for us.”

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Pay per head services saw that after joining Porto in August 2011 from Belgian side Standard Liege, the France international made 92 appearances for the club, and was able to impress Live betting fans everywhere with his talent on the pitch.