Sunday, 25 April 2010

MoS: Tévez could walk

Fairly worrying rumour-mongering in the Mail on Sunday - a report that Carlos Tévez could seek a move at the end of the season if we don't make it into the Champions League next season:

Tevez has become increasingly disillusioned at life at Eastlands under manager Roberto Mancini, and his adviser Kia Joorabchian is believed to have contacted some of Europe's leading clubs as a contingency if City miss out on the top four...

Significantly, Joorabchian, an important figure in Tevez's life, has fallen out with the hierarchy at City following the departure of Hughes and will not be averse to finding Tevez a new club if instructed to do so.

Real Madrid and Inter Milan will be among the contenders to sign him, but there could also be a surprise move from Liverpool, even though their own Champions League hopes are slim.

4 comments:

Mo said...

Or maybe the story is just a whole lot of horseshit?

:)

Bent the Golden Boot said...

Joe Bernstein has a reputation of mischief making. The 'source' is always absent.

shibart said...

Gareth Barry would be lucky to deserve Europa league football. City's investment in such overrated players that summer really was such a downfall.

thomas said...

i can vouch for joel bernstein being a bit of a 'billy liar'