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Man City take Oman's Olympic star on trial
Premier League champions Manchester City will run the rule over United Arab Emirates' Olympics star Omar Abdulrahman, after taking the midfielder on trial.
Adbulrahman, 20, currently plays for Al-Ain in the Middle East, but has been invited by Roberto Mancini to show what he can do at Carrington, with the hope of earning a deal.
The midfielder tweeted: "Today I'll travel to Manchester for a training ..wish me good luck."
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