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Friday, 15 May 2009

Welcome Carlos Tévez

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West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola said he would welcome Carlos Tevez in his team.
"Why not?" the Italian said when he was asked if he would like to sign the Argentine who played for the Hammers two seasons ago, scored the goals that saved the club from relegation, but cost them dearly when an arbitration panel ruled that West Ham United was obliged to pay damages to relegated Sheffield United because of an illegal "third party clause" in Tévez' contract.
Iranian-born businessman Kia Joorabchian who fronts a group of investors owning the economic rights to the tenacious Argentine striker says that Manchester United haven't made an offer to sign Carlos Tévez permanently.
Joorabchian says United actually agreed the terms of a permanent transfer for Tevez back in 2007, when they negotiated a two-year loan deal for him and that they had an option to sign him permanently and have chosen not to take it up. Joorabchian claims that it's inevitable now that Tevez will leave United.
Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City are said to be the clubs that are most likely to sign the 25-year-old. And Joorabchian certainly doesn't discount the possibility - which would be particularly galling for United's fans - of Tevez joining City.
"The Champions League is the biggest but Carlos isn't the kind of person that says 'I have to play for this club, in this situation'," he said. "He wants to go to a club that has a real ambition and focus."
Well, we all know another club with ambition. It's a club Carlitos knows very well, too. And as Joorabchian has a contract as consultant with West Ham United it might be possible that Tevez will return to East London, especially if West Ham were able to qualify for the new Europa League...
I'm just dreaming...
... and I'm annoyed that the amount which was agreed to end the arbitration proceedings with Sheffield United (was it £10million or £25million?) is not available to sign "one and only" Mr. Carlos Tevez!

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