CARLOS TEVEZ’S advisors are ready to start talks with Real Madrid unless Manchester United make his move permanent by January 31.

The striker’s owner Kia Joorabchian is frustrated United have not gone through with their promise to turn the Argentine’s loan deal into a £32million move. He was told by United chief executive David Gill in the summer the deal would be done imminently but there is still no sign of it.

In the meantime, Tevez has lost his starting place in the United side and his form has gone with it. But Real Madrid have let it be known they want to sign Tevez. Now he is ready to do business to secure a deal for next season — even if United assure him a permanent contract in the summer. Joorabchian and Tevez are not prepared to wait that long for the player’s future to be sorted. TheSun


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