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Carlos Tevez Set To Dump Reds For Blues?

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Fed up Manchester United forward Carlos Tevez sent the footballing world into a frenzy yesterday after announcing he was prepared to leave Old Trafford.

The 24-year-old, capped 44 times by Argentina said...

"If a club comes up with a five-year contract I would have to think about it for myself and the future of my family."

Tevez revealed his frustration at the lack of a concrete offer from United and told Radio Del Plata in Argentina...

"I would like to stay but I have not had an offer from United for over a year and a half."

"That is why when I hear how much Ferguson says he likes me, I am surprised I have not had a proposition from him. I find that strange."

"I didn't like him saying I didn't like the offer I was made, because neither my agent nor me were given one. I don't know anything on my future. United know what they must pay if they want me to stay. If I do have to leave, then so be it."


Once described by Diego Maradona as the 'Argentine prophet for the 21st century', and apart from his playboy looks, NOT, would Mark Hughes and Manchester City be interested in the former West Ham, Corinthians and Boca Juniors striker.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 6 2009

Time: 1:45PM

Your Comments

That's the way Carlos. After calling Taggart a "person who didn't tell the truth" about an offer which never was -- you have successfully opened up the way to the heart of many City fans. I think you're a great player, but Taggart only likes to work with his favourites. Just dial 118232 from your mobile and ask for the phone number of Manchester City Football Club, then ask for Garry Cook, that should do it...
Sindbad
I'd have him at City tomorrow if I had my way.
Tudor
Quasimodo at City? This is proving to be quite a month.
Johnny Baguette
ha ha where did he say Blues? He will dump MANU for REAL MADRID
Saimon_blues
I'd take him too.......I dont think R Madrid would pay the price for him......
lincolnblue
We can outbid R.Madrid any day.
alphieblues
Not soo fast, we havent even started contract talks with him! I think he'll take a HUGE paycut to stay with us than go over to shambles at Citeh!
ForeverUnited
We can outbid R.Madrid any day.alphieblues nah nah! U can by only Money that's the difference but don't consider Real as a weak opposition they have a far far better history plus they r also run by a company anybody feel proud to ba part of that club.
Saimon_blues
man that picture is SCARY!
merlin
come on ffs every player yer linked to, its like football manager gone wrong, next yell be getting fergie when hes contract runs out ....ne ways good for a laugh though change from us for a bit
123spurs
 

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