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Man City Forum   ·   4 comments

Tevez on his way out?


A few stories are emerging that the Argentinean is wanted by Serie A champions Juventus.

The club's Sporting Director Giuseppe Marotta is quoted saying:

"I have to say that Gonzalo Higuain is a bit younger and has a higher market value. Tevez on the other hand has a year left on his contract so maybe between the two, the Tevez deal is easier. We are not the first to notice his quality and experience. He is a player with a big desire to rebuild his career."

Meanwhile, Tevez himself spoke yesterday of his openness to a move across the Channel to Ligue One, telling Telefoot:

"I think there was an interest from PSG for me last year. It remains an interesting option. In addition, I think the championship of France is changing very fast. If Leonardo calls me, it wouldn't be a problem. If we talk and find an agreement then why not? Playing in Paris or France, not a problem for me.

"Monaco is one of the leading French clubs. Everyone would be happy to go. I like the project and I know Ranieri well. It is impressive to have managed to get the club in the top flight again."

Will Tevez leave? If he does who will City bring in?

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan

I hope not. he's an awesome player, i would miss him if he left the premier league.

  ·     ·     ·   6 years

slufsar · Liverpool fan

No way would Juventus pay his wages of 10m a year. No club in Italy currently has the financial muscle to pay for his wages.

  ·     ·     ·   6 years

CAREFREEE · Chelsea fan

He should like SAF said " after 28 he should retire" something like that. Not to sure how right that is before you lot jump on the bandwagon

  ·     ·     ·   6 years

AFC_Harry34 · Arsenal fan

I don't think he'll leave

  ·     ·     ·   6 years