At this point he could have given up faced with a seemingly impossible task to get into the first team. But not Carlos Tevez. He rolled his sleeves up and got stuck in. As I write this, I would say it is impossible for Fergie to choose which of the three options he has up front.
Well, such dedication and commitment has paid off for him as United are now keen to offer him a new deal. Kia Joorabchian, Tevez's agent has been in negotiations (eventually) with United and a deal has reportedly been sorted out.
It is believed that the deal will be worth £30 million, but how that breaks down with the complicated issue of Tevez's 'third-party' registration is impossible to say at this stage.
The player himself, already reputed to be on £75,000 a week, will be offered a contract that will see him take home £11.7m during the three year duration of the deal. Perhaps a good job then that United also announced pre-tax profits of £59.6m this week.
Jose Mourinho was continually harping on about how he would be signing Tevez this summer - wrong again Mourinho, wrong again.....Back To Home Page...