Found January 28, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Carlos Tevez
The Carlos Tevez saga continues. In the middle of the January transfer window, Sky Sports is now reporting that Tevez has lost nearly £10 million ($15.8 million) during his holdout with Manchester City. In the fall, Tevez left Manchester and returned to his native country, Argentina. Originally, he was fined two weeks wages -- roughly £400,000 ($628,640) -- for refusing to warm up during a loss to Bayern Munich in a UEFA Champions League match. After he left England on Nov. 7, Tevez did not return. Despite being linked with big-name teams such as Paris-Saint Germain, Inter Milan and more,...

PSG 'still an option for Tevez'

Kia Joorabchian denies Carlos Tevez has ruled out Paris Saint Germain as a possible new club and he could be prepared to wait until the summer. Quotes from Twitter were attributed to the Manchester City striker's representative on Thursday and seemingly dismissed the Ligue 1 club and Italian giants Inter Milan. But it has since been confirmed the account in Joorabchian'...

Reports: Milan to make final Tevez push

AC Milan will reportedly make one last push to sign Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez in the January transfer window. The...

Carroll display delights Dalglish

Reports have claimed Manchester City turned down an approach from the Merseysiders about a potential swap deal with Carlos Tevez and the £35million England international. That came on the back of speculation earlier this month - dismissed by Liverpool - that Newcastle were keen to take their former number nine back to the north-east if they could get a cut-price deal. Liverpool...

Agent: Tevez to stay with City

Carlos Tevez’s agent says the striker looks set to stay at Manchester City until at least the end of the...

Paper Chase: Tevez-Carroll swap snub

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining... DAILY STAR SUNDAY Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp aims to turn White Hart Lane into 'Depart Lane' this week with the sales of Spurs stars Steven Pienaar, Sebastien Bassong, Giovani dos Santos, Roman...

Milan sign Lopez

AC Milan have signed of Maxi Lopez from Catania, suggesting Carlos Tevez’s proposed move to San Siro has collapsed. The...

No Reds regrets for Carroll

The £35million striker has been the subject of intense speculation about his future after a tough first 12 months on Merseyside. Having been linked with a return to former club Newcastle reports emerged that he had been offered to Manchester City in a swap deal with Carlos Tevez. Liverpool have refused to comment on the story, insisting they never do on transfer speculation, and...

AC Milan's Adriano Galliani admits defeat in race for Manchester City's Carlos Tevez (

The San Siro outfit have seemingly pulled out of negotiations for the unsettled striker despite being close to an understanding with City regarding the transfer

Official: AC Milan completes signing of Maxi Lopez from Catania (

The Argentine forward has joined the Rossoneri, a development which appears to confirm that the Italian champions have finally given up on signing Carlos Tevez

AC Milan signs striker Maxi Lopez from Catania (AP)

AC Milan signed Argentine striker Maxi Lopez on loan from Catania on Friday, signaling that the club has given up on signing Carlos Tevez -- at least until the end of the season. Milan said in a statement that it has the option to gain Lopez's full rights at the end of the season, and that the forward has signed a contract through 2015.
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