According to the Mail
The striker has not played for his club since the infamous night in Munich, but he is still earning £200k-a-week, something a club source says is out of their control.
“Nothing can be done about that. But there will obviously be a disciplinary procedure which will come into force if and when he returns.”
One European club’s executive also explained their main concern: “If Tevez does get away with having his contract cancelled and then gets himself a lucrative deal elsewhere, what’s to stop others doing the same thing?”
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