Man City fears summer exit of TevezBy ANI
Saturday, February 19, 2011
LONDON - Manchester City is facing another battle to keep Carlos Tevez, as Barcelona and Inter Milan have already made their interest known.
Tevez’s advisors wanted to re-negotiate his City deal, but the club refused.
The Argentine star is already the country’s best-paid player on 257,000 pounds a week and is only in the second year of a five-year contract, The Sun reports.
City hopes to thrash out a compromise with an image-rights deal, which could net the Tevez a further 40,000 pounds a week.
City had talked Tevez out of quitting when he handed in a transfer request earlier this season.
Tevez has always listened to his closest advisor Kia Joorabchian over financial and football matters. (ANI)