Carlos Tevez’ move to Inter Milan could still be on with Wesley Sneijder moving in the opposite direction, the Sunday People reports.
The Argentinean’s agent Kia Joorabchian, will fly out to Italy in an attempt to thrash out a deal as the Sky Blues have a renewed determination to make the Dutchman part of the deal. Although Mancini is now resigned to losing his striker, upon his return from a break following the Copa America, Tevez has looked very sharp in training and in the run up to the new season. Mancini must also decide whether to play Tevez when Man City kick-off their campaign against Swansea.
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Nasri deal could involve Tevez.
Carlos Tevez could be involved in a different swap deal according to the Sun as Arsene Wenger has told City, Samir Nasri for the Argentinean will suffice, rather than a straight cash deal.
It appeared a deal for Nasri was close to completion last week as the Frenchman prepared for a £180k-a-week deal, but Wenger – who will lose his two biggest players this summer – has other ideas.
The Sun continued that Tevez is the type of signing to give the Gunners supporters a lift following a summer of disruption and an Arsenal insider indicated this move could genuinely happen.
“Tevez would be just the signing to give everyone a lift, there is a lot of work to be done yet, but if there is a will on all sides it can happen,” they continued. “Nasri wants to get to City, Tevez wants to get out and Wenger needs a new star to get everyone off his back.
City in for Neymar.
The future of Neymar – which has represented an elongated affair this summer – has taken another twist, with the Metro reporting Man City are set to swoop for the striker.
Although the Brazilian has committed his future to his club Santos, Roberto Mancini is prepared to break the club’s transfer record – the £38m recently paid for Sergio Aguero – to land the 19-year-old. Santos have already rebuffed offers in the region of £30m for his services but Mancini sees Neymar as a long-term partner for their other new recruit Aguero. This all comes after City’s scouts returned with glowing reports for the young striker.
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