Monday, July 18, 2011

Tevez move to Corinthians

JAC Sport, Manchester - Carlos Tevez about to leave Manchester City. The Citizens have a deal with Brazilian club, Corinthians.
City had rejected offers of £ 40 million from Corinthians, last week. But, according to the Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini, the club has forged a deal to sell Tevez.

"We've got an agreement with Corinthians, but Carlos is still a City player," Mancini said of the preseason City in America told Sky Sports News.

Believed, the City received bids Corinthians who had risen to £ 50 million. The price was considered inappropriate for the Premier League top scorer with 20 goals last season.

Sao Paulo club began to move after getting a signal from Tevez, earlier this month. Argentine striker wants to leave the City because he wanted to be closer to his family in Argentina.

Last week, Corinthians president, Andres Sanchez claimed Juventus entered in the hunt for Tevez. But camp does not increase bid Corinthians remains.
Tevez adviser, Kia Joorabchian hinted at a few days ago that a deal with the Corinthians was imminent. Moreover, Tevez also want to return to the strengthening of the club in January 2005 to August 2006.
27-year striker joined the City from Manchester United in the summer of 2009. Previously, he also played for West Ham United. Tevez contract at the City remained until June 2014.

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