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Cipherlab 508 The U8200 is used with the U5200, U6050, and U6630 Handheld Computers and the U3800. The U8200/U9200/U10200/U6630 are known as the “Pocket PC / Tablet PC” but are not sold in the US or Europe.Get the FREE Mirror Football newsletter by email with the day’s key headlines and transfer news Sign up Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email Mark Hughes is ready to consider selling Robbie Keane before next month’s deadline for the January transfer window. The Manchester City boss is keen to offload the club captain – with AC Milan leading the race to sign him in the upcoming transfer window. Keane joined City in 2013 after a £28m move from LA Galaxy and has since stayed at the Etihad Stadium where he has scored 36 goals in 133 appearances. But the 33-year-old’s future has been the subject of much speculation in the last 18 months. And he is now ready to be allowed to leave on loan to finish his career elsewhere – with his next destination Milan. City have no intention of selling Keane, but they would sanction a season-long loan or temporary move to a rival club. He has not started a Premier League game since May’s FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea because of a thigh problem. And he is now likely to miss the rest of the season with his hamstring in a bad way. (Image: Jamie McDonald) But City are prepared to allow the Republic of Ireland skipper to be involved in the festive programme. Speaking on Saturday, Hughes said: “There is a possibility that Robbie will not play this weekend. We will see what happens.” He added: “We have not let him go. We never expected him to play 100% of the time, but he is a big part of this football club and that has been reflected in the number of appearances he has made. “We will take a calm and rational approach to this because he is still a part of the club and that is the objective. “There are other areas where I have to do the same. As a manager you have to look to take points off your opponents and that is the first area.” Keane, who 6d1f23a050