Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tevez future still in balance

The future of Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is still in doubt after both Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain claim that they have ended their interest in the player.

City are reportedly looking for a permanent transfer for their asset, who is worth £30 million in their valuation.

The Argentine has not played for the club since refusing to come off the substitutes’ bench for manager Roberto Mancini in a Champions League tie against Bayern Munich back in September. The Manchester club failed to reach the knockout stage of the competition after finishing third behind the German champions and Napoli.

French side PSG were one of the favourites in the live soccer betting football who were actively involved in trying to sign Tevez. The Parisian club are now managed by former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti and have Brazilian Leonardo as their director of football, have decided against making an improved offer.

Inter, on the hand, used their official website to confirm they has ruled themselves of the running for Tevez, though the soccer betting tips suggest they may yet come in with a late offer.

Club director Tronchetti Provera said: "Does Tevez still interest us? He no longer does as he (Tevez) is looking to take a different path. Inter have rediscovered their champions and we don't need to have him (Tevez) or anybody else. But he (Tevez) remains a great champion."

The latest development means AC Milan are now strong favourites to land the player’s signature, however, the Italian club may look to initially loan Tevez with the view of a permanent deal in the summer.

Tevez joined Manchester City in 2009 from their neighbours Manchester United, after he played 63 games for the Reds including their Champions League final win against Chelsea in Moscow.

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