Will he go or will he stay? It seems the focus has temporarily shifted to Sergio Aguero and away from Manchester City’s restless captain Carlos Tevez. The arrival of Aguero will do nothing but continue to light the flames surrounding Tevez’s impending departure from Eastlands.
The Carlos Tevez “situation” is something which should be fairly well-known now across Europe; the player being given privileges beyond his status to ensure he remains at the club and is happy to contribute to a force that are looking to cement their position among Europe’s elite.
…Tevez seems more content with disrupting matters than being a dedicated force on the pitch.
With this in mind would it not be reasonable for the Manchester City owners to ask for a little more respect for their club and project. The club is willing to go all out ahead of the financial fair play ruling and Tevez seems more content with disrupting matters than being a dedicated force on the pitch.
It really does beg the question though and many European club officials will be asking; is all of the hassle worth a player who will undoubtedly be pushing for a move again in two years. The talent and the desire to win is all there but when something as disruptive as this comes along it would really be wise for City to cut their losses and move on.
…this tedious tirade is simply a cover for something a little more sinister.
And again, so many times we will just ask why can’t the player simply move his family to Manchester with him? Yes, it is important for anyone to think of their family first and foremost but it does seem at times this this tedious tirade is simply a cover for something a little more sinister.
But really, what could City do to further accommodate their captain? Up his wages even further or go one better and rename the stadium after him? Maybe it’s as simplistic as a player who likes to live nomadically and can never fully settle anywhere other than his home country.
…a very positive reason to let Tevez leave – 35million positive reasons.
The deal Corinthians presented to City early last week should have been an indicator that there could be a very positive reason to let Tevez leave – 35million positive reasons. But it seems the stubbornness coming from City could not be bargained with and the Brazilian side no longer have time to sign the player inside their transfer window.
Again, I fail to see any clubs on the continent willing to meet the transfer, wage and personal demands Carlos Tevez will be making. Their have been rumblings of AC Milan, Real Madrid and more spectacularly Malaga willing to make firm offers for the player; but what kind of message will a move like that send to Manchester City fans who so openly accepted him as one of their own?
…the sale of Tevez is integral to City’s future successes.
I believe the sale of Tevez is integral to City’s future successes. The importance a team like that will place on committed individuals will be high, too high maybe for Tevez and his itchy feet. Furthermore, a club boasting the forward line they currently possess will do no harm to itself in taking a hit in transfers to quickly and quietly move the player on.
The City faithful will soon find a new adopted son, and I firmly believe they already have him in the sensational “Kun” Aguero.
Images courtesy of Carlos Tevez