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Friday, May 15, 2009

Manchester United Keen to Renegotiate Carlos Tevez Deal

Manchester United’s Argentine striker Carlos Tevez’s future at Old Trafford is still uncertain as the club is not yet ready to pay the amount required to sign the player on a permanent deal. Carlos Tevez joined Manchester United on a 2-year loan deal from West Ham United, but the player is owned by a group of investors including Kia Joorabchian. Tevez’s loan term with Manchester United expires at the end of the season, but Manchester United seems not to be interested to pay 32 million pound to hand Tevez a permanent deal. Rather, Manchester Untied now wants to renegotiate with the Tevez’s owners.


Carlos Tevez was mostly used as a substitute so far this season, but he proved his worth whenever he was brought on the field and played in the starting eleven. Tevez scored a number of crucial goals for Manchester United which helped the club to keep their title run in the right track. To be honest, Tevez capitalized on the chances given to him throughout the season and I think, he could have been more effective than Dimitar Berbatoz, had he been handed more first team football. However, still it would be very difficult for Manchester United to clinch a permanent deal of Carlos Tevez spending such a huge amount at this time of global economic recession.


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