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Tevez Ready To Dump United For City


Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez will decide this week whether to dump his red shirt in the nearest skip for a breath-taking and inspirational new looking blue one.

Debt ridden United are finding it hard to find the capital required to keep the Argentine forward at Old Trafford, and with City fully loaded and ready to fire the first shot it appears its only a matter of time before Sir Alex Ferguson finally concedes defeat.

Tevez has been back in his homeland preparing for the World Cup qualifiers against Colombia and Ecuador hence his reluctance to make his final decision until at least the weekend, nevertheless if you ask me it looks like toodle-pip Manchester United and hello Manchester City.

Recently, Vital Manchester City held a poll asking the question...

Will Carlos Tevez ever sign a Man City contract?

The result can be found by clicking here.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 7 2009

Time: 4:31PM

Your Comments

It's make your mind up time, Quasi!
Johnny Baguette
I would love for Mr Modo to come JB, but he may be using City name as a lever for United to up their offer.
Buzz Lightyear
Unfortunately Tevez is waiting for Manyoo to come back to him. But he has been waiting for so long that he will be very frustrated by Ferguson's reluctance to give him what his talent deserves. Joorabchian is not renowned for his patience and he just may force the issue to a resolution. Personally I think this could go either way. I would put it at 50:50.
Sindbad
I don't like Tevez at all, hope Manure gets rid of him, but i wish he would be out of the EPL.
BlueInTX
There is no doubt he is using us as a bargaining tool but it is a question if the rags are up for him. If not then he is on his way....
Doody
the rags may want to sign him but may have a hell of a job convincing him that he will get a lot more first team football.....lets hope the *hopefully* impending signing of eto'o will sawy him to make a formiddable trio of tevez and robinho playing just of eto'o not even chelski could have boasted a potent strike force like that
Deejayvu
 

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