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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Carlos Tevez: Worth Enough for £32 million?

Readers, I am going to share with you an interesting article that I came across today while going through several websites. While searching in internet, the article titled “Martin Samuel's Debate: Is Carlos Tevez a snip at £32 million?” caught my attention and I read it in Times Online website. To be honest with you it is an interesting issue to deal with.

Carlos Tevez joined Manchester United in 2007 from West Ham United on a two-year loan deal following a transfer saga. Now, his two-year deal will be finished at the end of this season and he will be free to move to anywhere. If Manchester United wants Tevez to stay at Old Trafford, the Red Devils have to pay him £32 million at the end of the season. This is one part. The other part is that, Tevez has largely been used as a reserve forward in Untied. Most of the time, he plays as a reserve player and comes off the bench as a substitute, unless Rooney or Ronaldo gets injured. Now, with Dimitar Berbatov’s arrival over the summer, the competition has been intense in United’s attacking line up.

So, question arises if Manchester United is ready to pay £32 million for a reserve player, even though Carlos Tevez is an excellent player. This is now the million dollar question. Media has already linked Tevez with Real Madrid, citing Real Madrid’s interest to this talented Argentine striker. No doubt, Tevez is such a player who has immense skill, talent and experience and he could easily become an invaluable player for any side. Now, let us see if Manchester United really keeps him at the Old Trafford for few more seasons.

What do you think about the issue? Do you think that Carlos Tevez is really worth enough for £32 million? Have your say in the comment section of this article.

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