Man City Revolution Continues With Carlos Tevez
According to the media, Manchester United has lost the battle to keep Carlos Tevez, and if Manchester City fans think he'll swap red for blue then you'd be spot-on.
It appears the Argentine striker decided before the end of the season that he would leave Old Trafford and with only a handful of clubs in the world able to match his representatives estimated £25.5 million asking fee, then may I suggest one looks no further than Eastlands.
Already, City has splashed out £12m on Aston Villa's Gareth Barry and with another £25.5m coming out of the estimated £250 million player transfer warchest, then Barry and Tevez are just the beginning of what will go down in City's history books as one which totally revolutionised not only the club, but English football as a whole.
Rumours circulating around the Blue half of Manchester suggest the 25-year-old goal scoring machine will become a Citizen before this weekend.
As the saying goes, watch this space.
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