White Hart Lane, Nou Camp and Bernabeu sides all want unhappy Eastlands striker.
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Carlos Tevez transfer queue ‘includes Barcelona, Real Madrid and Spurs’
Following Carlos Tevez’s revelations he will quit Manchester City next month, several clubs including Spurs, Barcelona, and Real Madrid have already made contact with the player’s advisers to open preliminary talks over a transfer.
According to reports in the Spanish press, the two La Liga giants are both prepared to offer Tevez a substantial contract, which will include provision for him to make regular returns to South America.
The quieter Spanish fixture list would also allow Tevez more time to go to and from his homeland.
The Argentinean looks highly unlikely to remain in England, but this is unlikely to stop Harry Redknapp at least enquiring about Tevez – who spent an enjoyable year in London in the 2006/07 season with Spurs’ rivals West Ham.
Redknapp hopes to lure Tevez with a similar offer to Barca and Real’s in terms of provision to make regular trips home. The north Londoners would not have the same capabilities in terms of wages, however.
As reported by Metro.co.uk in recent weeks, Tevez’s problems with his club have continued this season despite being handed the captain’s armband.
After a furious rant at Roberto Mancini following his substitution in the 1-0 win over Bolton, Tevez was called into clear-the-air talks with the manager and some of the club’s top executives.
However, the 26-year-old reacted badly to the talks – issuing his first transfer threat, which he followed up with an official written request later in the week. (The Metro)
So there you have it. Some reports say that Carlos Tevez is homesick and will only look for a move back to Argentina, other reports simply state that he has had enough of Man City and individuals at Eastlands, which then leaves the door open to any club willing to shell out an astronomical wage.
The idea that Tottenham would be able to snare the former West Ham and Man United man is a tad unlikely and Barcelona are still not that well off financially although their recent shirt sponsorship deal with the Qatar Foundation may give them more room to make an offer. That leaves Real Madrid who seem the most likely club in Europe to snap up the unhappy striker.
Of course Man City have no real pressure to sell and if they feel that Tevez is in the wrong for trying to force his way out of the club then they may just stick to their guns and keep him until a huge offer comes in.
Watch this space.
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