Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez’s move to French side Paris Saint Germain is unlikely to go ahead after contract talks between the two parties have broken down, according to The
Reports have emerged that the wealthy French side, backed by Qatari investors, have failed to negotiate personal terms with the City forward. Tevez’s advisor Kia Joorabchian travelled to the French capital to meet with PSG senior officials including director Leonardo and new manager Carlo Ancelotti. The talks are unlikely to be resurrected, which means Tevez’s future is still uncertain.
Both Milan sides are interested in the 27 year old, but their price valuation of the Argentinian has not matched what City want to sell Tevez for. Inter are in discussions with Tevez and Milan had pulled out of talks after failing to agree a loan deal until the end of the season. The Serie A champions could reignite their interest after PSG’s failure and want to bring Tevez to the club as quickly as possible. City boss Roberto Mancini is eager for the Tevez situation to be resolved and admitted that if he stays at the club, there is no future for him.
Mancini said: ‘This is impossible. Carlos doesn’t want to stay. It is important for him to start to play because he is a football player. It is now three months that he hasn’t played and this is not good for him. I hope for him everything can finish very quickly.’
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