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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Apr, 3, 2008

Zarate agent says Brum loan may continue

Mauro Zarate's agent has hinted that the Argentinian striker could remain on loan at Birmingham for another season. Zarate joined Blues from Al-Sadd in January for the remainder of the season and has started to make an impact with three goals in the last two games. A likely transfer fee demand in excess of the £10million Al-Sadd paid Velez Sarsfield for Zarate's services last summer may put a permanent move out of City's price range. But Zarate's agent Christian Otero believes staying at St Andrews for another 12 months could be a possibility. Otero said: 'They (Al-Sadd) want more than they paid for Mauro but another loan deal might be possible. 'It is not easy but Birmingham have priority as they have given him a chance and he is comfortable with the Birmingham manager Alex McLeish. 'We haven't set any date for any talks yet but I hope we can reach an agreement and speak soon. 'Mauro has captured the attention of other clubs as people can see he will be a top, top player. His performance against Manchester City last weekend is the normal sort of level for him.'

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