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Tevez likely to move from United by lfctalk
May 13, 2009, 10:23
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Carlos Tevez looks increasingly likely to depart Old Trafford after his agent stated Manchester United’s lack of desire to sign the Argentine.

Alex Ferguson has previously claimed United wish to complete a permanent swoop for the on-loan striker, but that has failed to materialise.

But agent Adrian Ruocco has claimed the opposite and insisted that Ferguson has not been in contact regarding a permanent or extended loan deal.

Ruocco told Argentinian newspaper Ole: “There was no will from the directors and the coach to sign a new contract.”

“On May 31, he will have no club and no contract. I don’t know why, but Manchester have not asked for any loan renewal nor signing him for next season.”

“The directors and the coach do not seem to want him, while on the other hand fans love him.” he added.

But Ruocco did confirm that Tevez is attracting interest from all over Europe – including several Premiership clubs.

Liverpool and Manchester City have been heavily linked with moves for the striker – but many see this as a ploy by Tevez’s team to try and force United’s hand.

“He might move to Spain, Italy or stay in England. There are interested clubs from all those countries.” said Ruocco.

“He has already said he would like to stay in The Premier League because he likes the football in the country, so fortunately he will decide where he will play. He is lucky to have the chance to choose.”


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