Manchester United are set to kick out Carlos Tevez after the hitman admitted: I’d love to play for Real Madrid.

United boss Alex Ferguson is running out of patience with the 24-year-old Argentinian striker, who made it clear yesterday that clubs are lining up to sign him. Tevez’s owner and advisor, Kia Joorabchian, said:

“I don’t know if ‘Carlitos’ will go. It’s difficult to say. Anything can happen. Madrid want him and have showed concrete interest. They’re not the only club. There are many.”
Tevez, still on loan at Old Trafford, is unhappy that United have not opened talks about a new contract, or the possibility of buying him off Joorabchian for £32million. Tevez insisted in yesterday’s Sun that he wants to stay.

But admitting he would relish a move to Madrid is a red rag to United boss Ferguson, who cannot forgive the Spaniards for trying to lure away Cristiano Ronaldo last year. Tevez has just returned from a break and was expected to start in tonight’s Carling Cup semi-final clash at Derby. But Ferguson is now considering playing Danny Welbeck as the lone striker, ahead of a five-man midfield. Fergie has said the club are trying to sort a deal for Tevez but blamed his agent for the delay. TheSun

1 comments

  1. Anonymous  

    January 7, 2009 at 7:03 PM

    Tevez is awesome, but I guess sometimes the agent make life a little more interesting for the media coverage ... I do hope ManU will get him to on a permanent basis though ...

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