Man City Tell Clubs – Tevez Can Leave For £10m!
October 9, 2011
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Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez looks like he has finally got his exit ticket stamped by the Manchester based club after it emerged that the club claimed that he refused to play for the club in the Champions League last month.
The row has sparked huge media interest over recent weeks and FIFA officials have also tried to work their way into the equation in order to punish the player in their own manner but it seems that the club are now ready to push the Argentinean striker out of the club, for as little as £10 million.
The news comes as Man City officials revealed that they wanted £40 million for the Premier League golden boot winner last season, but they fear that with the coverage of the denial to play for the club, they could struggle to find any club that are willing to take the striker off their hands at that price.
So in a drastic move to secure the sale of the player in January, they have been reported to have issued notice that they are willing to accept as little as £10 million as an initial payment for the striker as they look to free up his wages and free him from his Manchester “hell”.
With the asking price of the striker now heavily reduced, the club are determined to have a sell on claused added into the deal with the striker’s new club, asking for 20% of the sell on fee should they ever sell the striker.
Tevez has only been at the club two years following his contraversial move from bitter rivals Manchester United but during his time at teh Etihad Stadium, he has managed to notch up 53 goals for the club, a figure sure to impress many top European clubs.
The Argentina born striker told the media last winter that he wanted to quit the Premier League as he wanted to move to a club closer to his family back in South America but his chances of that happening during the summer were slashed after his parent club slapped a huge £50 million asking price on his head.
Tevez will now have to sit in the Manchester City reserves squad until January following a comment made by manager Roberto Mancini revealed that he would not play another minute of action for the Premier League title chasers, who currently lay in second place.