Manchester City & Milan To Resume Carlos Tevez Talks In Next 48 Hours


Carlos Tevez’s proposed move to Milan is back on.

According to talkSPORT, the talks between Manchester City and the Italian giants will resume within the next 48 hours and that could finally see misfit Tevez complete his move to Italy.

The former City skipper has not played for City since September and has not featured at all since his bust-up with Roberto Mancini during their opening Champions League group in Munich.

Negotiations between City and Milan had stalled, with the main sticking point being the Italian side’s desire to take the player on loan as opposed to the Premier League outfit’s determination to sell him.

But it is thought the two parties will come to an agreement to finally end the long drawn-out saga.

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4 responses to “Manchester City & Milan To Resume Carlos Tevez Talks In Next 48 Hours

  1. Now it’s the time to this soap opera to end. According to La Gazzetta, Tévez is now in a private flight from B. Aires to Rio to meet his agent (Joorabchian) and Galliani.

    Just hope next flight is from Tom Jobim (Rio) to Malpensa (Milan).

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  2. Yesterday Carlitos unequivocally showed a very strong desire to join us. During calciomercato everything can change in a blink, but I think he’ll be a rossonero unless a dramatic situation occurs from out of nowhere this weekend.

    Galliani showed his class organizing this meeting almost at the same time Branca (Inter)&Marwood(M. City) had a similar meeting in London to discuss the possibility of Tévez joining Inter.

    “No matter what happened in London, ’cause Carlitos is here with me and he is going to join us” was Galliani’s message.

    Bravo, zio Fester! Bravissimo!

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