This one's definitely a project for the future.
Joe Hart entered this season with no real danger of losing his place, but struggles led to him being temporarily dropped in favor of Costel Pantilimon. The towering Romanian fared well in his seven-game Premier League stint, and featured in City's 3-1 League Cup triumph over Sunderland earlier this month.
I would expect Pantilimon, whose playing time has been severely limited since his arrival in Manchester, to be snapped up by another team. And with that roster spot opening up, expect City to target a keeper to partner Hart.
John Drayton of the Daily Mail reports that Barcelona's outgoing stopper Victor Valdes is a target, but you have to wonder how either would feel about being displaced as an everyday starter. A better idea might be to target a young keeper to learn from Hart, which is where Geronimo Rulli comes into play.
The 21-year-old Estudiantes netminder is enjoying an excellent season in his native Argentina, with Ed Maylon of Mirror noting his six-and-a-half game streak of not conceding. On that kind of form, it's no wonder he's being linked to City.
You do have to wonder if his limited experience might hurt him in this regard, with Maylon mentioning just 31 first-team appearances for Rulli. But as a backup, a youngster willing to learn and a guy to play in the three non-Premier League competitions City will likely face, this would be a shrewd pickup.
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