This out-of-favour United striker looks unhappy at the club, as he has been deemed as a bench-warmer following the arrival of Berbatov, which has led to speculation linking him with a move to Eastlands among other destinations!
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Manchester City, Real Madrid and Inter Milan are reportedly all interested in Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez, with it believed that the Argentine International’s permanent move to Old Trafford is in doubt unless the owners of his registration Media Sports Investments reduce their £34million asking price.
24-year-old Tevez’s two-year loan deal at the Premier League Champions ends in the summer, with United yet to make the former West Ham United players move permanent and are believed to be unwilling to spend the balance of £28million to secure the signature of Tevez, having already paid MSI £6million to have the striker on the two season loan.
Whether Tevez remains at Man United or not next summer could depend on the number of appearances the forward makes now that Berbatov is at the club. With the Eastlands Stadium, Bernabeu and the San Siro all reportedly ready to offer the Argentine an alternative to Old Trafford. (Premiershiplatest.com)
You can see why Tevez would not be a happy bunny. After performing wonderfully last term, finishing with 19 priceless goals from 39 starts, he has found himself behind new signing Berbatov. Then to cap it all off, it turns out that Sir Alex hasn’t quite completed the permanent deal for the former West Ham man. This has led invariably to speculation that the Argentine international will leave the club either in January or the summer.
Manchester City have of course been linked with every footballer on the planet, but this is one move that isn’t that far-fetched, and in many ways it would be interesting to see how United fans would react if he did in fact make the short move to join Mark Hughes’s side.
After all, would the club’s fans blame him if he wanted to leave? The biggest factor for his possible departure is the lack of playing time, and the fact that he has started his last three appearances from the bench surely leads many to conclude he could well leave the club he has served so wonderfully since day one.