Following his apparent refusal to play against Bayern Munich last week, Carlos Tevez’s days at Manchester City seem numbered, a fact that should please both the Argentine himself, and manager Roberto Mancini, who has publicly stated he now wants Tevez out of the club.
Although there were numerous complications surrounding any deal for Tevez in the summer, his latest misdemeanor will likely mean that City will have to cut their losses on the player, and sell him for a significantly smaller fee than they were looking for previously.
Despite a reduced fee likely being asked for, a deal for Tevez will not be cheap, and there are perhaps only a handful of clubs who are currently in the financial situation to make such an offer.
The Daily Mirror has reported that one such club are Paris St-Germain, who are now heavily backed by Qatari investment. Should they succeed in their aim of bringing in Tevez, he will be the second big-name signing for the Parisian outfit, as they signed international teammate Javier Pastore in the summer to the applause of their passionate fans.
Although Tevez’s actions have not endeared him to many in the football community, there is no denying his talent and skill, and many potential suitors will believe that they can curb the unprofessional aspects of Tevez’s character. With this in mind, it is no suprise that many reports have also linked Real Madrid and Inter Milan with moves for the player, and PSG could find themselves having to battle it out for Tevez’s signature.