Tevez Wants To Play In Europe

Carlos Tevez’s advisor insists his client’s priority is to play in Europe next year. The Manchester City forward has been linked with a return to former club Corinthians in Brazil, but Kia Joorabchian believes Europe is a more likely destination. “A return to Brazil? It’s a possibility, but for the time being he wants to play in Europe,” Joorabchian told www.milannews.it. Tevez looks set to leave City in January after…

December 6, 2011

Roberto Mancini Says Carlos Tevez Will Not Be Sold Cheaply

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has once again warned that striker Carlos Tevez will not be sold cheaply. Tevez returned to Argentina earlier this month without City’s permission and has yet to return to England, just days after he was punished by the club for refusing to warm up at Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Widespread reports in Italy have linked Tevez with a move to Serie A, with…

November 22, 2011

Hopes Of Tevez Reconciliation Become Impossible

A reconciliation between Carlos Tevez and Manchester City becomes “more impossible” by the day. This was the message delivered by Professional Footballers’ Association chief executive Gordon Taylor on Monday. The club had requested their Argentina striker return to England but he opted to remain at home in South America. And while there is still dialogue between the 27-year-old’s representatives and City officials Taylor thinks the longer Tevez remains out of…

November 15, 2011

Carlos Tevez Set To Sue Mancini For Defamation Of Character

Carlos Tevez is reportedly considering launching legal action against Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini for defamation. City announced on Tuesday that they had found the Argentine striker guilty of misconduct by refusing to play in their Champions League match against Bayern Munich on September 27, and fined him four weeks’ wages – believed to be around one million pounds. Mancini said after the 2-0 defeat in Munich that Tevez had…

October 26, 2011

Tevez Intends To Fight Further Punishment

Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez intends to fight a potential six-week suspension and £1.5 million fine. Tevez, 27, is set to attend a hearing over his alleged refusal to come on as a substitute in City’s 2-0 Champions League loss at Bayern Munich last month. The Argentina striker denies that he was unwilling to enter the fray at the Allianz Arena, instead insisting that the disagreement was over his refusal…

October 19, 2011

Redknapp: Luka Modric Would Have Gone If He’d Disrupted Spurs

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he would have sold Luka Modric to Chelsea this summer had the Croatian become a disruptive influence within the Spurs squad. Modric was at the centre of a summer-long fight between Spurs and Chelsea, with the Blues making at least three unsuccessful bids for the playmaker – the last reported to be £40million. Modric made it clear that he wanted to move to Stamford Bridge,…

October 14, 2011