Bianchi considers future

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Out-of-favour Manchester City striker Rolando Bianchi has revealed he will consider his position at the club in December.

Italian unhappy with his lack of action

Out-of-favour Manchester City striker Rolando Bianchi has revealed he will consider his position at the club in December. The Italian, who was Sven Goran Eriksson's first signing as City boss, is frustrated at his lack of first team action. Bianchi has started only three of the team's nine Premier League games so far with Emile Mpenza Eriksson's preferred option in attack. The former Reggina hit-man has indicated he could well move on in the January transfer window if his situation at Eastlands does not improve.

See what happens

"I'm not used to being left out of the side and we will have to see what happens," Bianchi told Corriere dello Sport. "Eriksson has explained that he wants a faster striker and he seems to have been proven right by the results, but Manchester City is a test I will succeed in. "I have set a reasonable deadline of December for things to change and then we will have to consider options as I don't like playing five or 10 minutes of games."

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