Hazard is the top target for several leading European clubs so to make it a United v City battle for his signature is plainly ridiculous. In any case, the one player we should be looking at is Llorente. I read people criticising him on here the other week when his name was mentioned. Why? Anybody who has watched Athletic Bilbao over the last few weeks will have seen just how good a player he is! Last night's superb man of the match performance which showed us what we should have achieved against Lisbon was just the icing on the cake! An all action display dropping deep, working the line, fantastic first touch, good tackler, two assists and a fantastic opportunist strike (similar to Cavani against us) showed that the man is a match winner, as he has proved in every game I have seen him play for about three months. If we lose Tevez and/or Dzeko, he is a natural replacement and is not far off world class. But we are going to have to keep the exit door wedged firmly open for a few weeks whilst we persuade some potentially reluctant but highly paid non-playing or ex-loanee City stars to leave. Meanwhile, I really hope that they are either planning to extend Guidetti's loan spell at Feyenoord or bring him back and put him in the squad because to sell him would send out all the wrong messages. And Weiss at Espanyol is also still on the books. As for Monday as well as the final two games, with so much at stake, putting Balotelli anywhere near the first team would have to be construed as a huge gamble when we consider his contribution so far this season. He is as likely to see red mist as score and we simply cannot afford to take that risk when we have a first team that has suddenly found the winning habit without him. The only question mark after the Wolves game is over the midfield and really centres on the Toure/NDJ/Silva conundrum. When NDJ came on it was a master stroke by Mancini that turned the match decisively in our favour when all the signs were that we were imminently going to concede the equaliser. Had we done so, with Wolves up for it, our heads dropping and us playing deeper and deeper, we would probably have drawn and could well have lost that match but we suddenly found the stability that NDJ can provide which gave us the platform to go and score again and seal the win. Not pretty but effective. Mancini had a choice. He could have hauled off Silva or Yaya they were both so poor in the second half. I doubt that will happen again but Mancini must get that right and he can't risk it all on Mario. If he sticks and we lose the title then we just put it down to a bit of bad luck here and there and we move on. If he twists and it goes wrong, serious questions will be asked about his judgement. He doesn't need to do it. Start with Tevez and Aguerro with Dzeko on the bench. After all, with Silva, Yaya, Nasri and AJ also available, why take the risk?