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Saturday, November 01, 2008

Carlos Tevez has No Intention to Leave Manchester United

Manchester Untied’s Argentine striker Carlos Tevez has recently said that he has no intention to leave Manchester United at the end of this season, despite the fact he is hardly given first team football these days. With Cristiano Ronaldo back from injury and manager Sir Alex Ferguson preferring Dimitar Berbatov playing alongside Wayne Rooney in the first eleven, Carlos Tevez has found it very hard to manage a place in the starting line up of Manchester United. Moreover, Tevez’s two-year loan deal finishes at the end of this season, but Manchester United has not made any move to hand him a permanent contract. So, there are various speculations about his future at Manchester United. However, Carlos Tevez has recently said he has no intention to move to any other club at the end of this season, despite admitting that he is facing intense competition to get first team football. He has also said that he had talks with Ferguson and they both have confidence for each other.

Sky Sports reported:

"This season is proving more complicated than any other and it is difficult for me to get in the team. The competition with Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Dimitar Berbatov is intense.

"This club have the most talented forward line in England and the manager has decided that we cannot all play in the team at the same time. I want to play more and the coach knows this.

"But I have no problem with him. We have spoken. There is no way I would want to leave this club. I insist I am calm.

"I have confidence in the coach and he has in me. In this sport it is necessary to be patient and I will be."

There is another problem. In order to keep Carlos Tevez at the Old Trafford, Manchester Untied has to spend a huge amount of money, even more than club’s record signing Dimitar Berbatov. So, here the question is that if the club is ready to pay such a big amount for a player whom they play mainly as a substitute. Time will answer it better. Till then let’s just wait and see.

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