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Brian Marwood has revealed that the striker may end up moving elsewhere in the January window, and has criticized the Serie A side's use of the media in the transfer saga
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Silvio Berlusconi believes AC Milan would provide the perfect environment for Carlos Tevez to relaunch his career.
The Rossoneri have made no secret of their admiration for the Argentina striker, who is currently back in South America after a dispute with Manchester City which centres around his conduct during the Champions League loss at Bayern Munich in September.
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Carlos Tevez’s comments about a dream return to Boca Juniors do not reflect his current state of mind, his agent...
AC Milan will not enter into a bidding war for Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez, according to club vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The Italian champions made an offer to acquire Tevez on loan in January with an option to make the Argentina international's stay permanent next summer.
Tevez is also a reported target of Paris Saint-Germain but Galliani told Milannews.it:...
The former Italian prime minister has directed a slight dig at the club's rival for the Argentine's signature, while confirming Massimiliano Allegri will be offered a new contract
Liverpool has joined the chase for Newcastle's £25million-rated midfielder Chieck Tiote.
Carlos Tevez has mocked Manchester City over their Champions League exit.
Harry Redknapp is in torment over becoming the next England boss.
Manchester United could get a shock Champions League reprieve after FIFA threatened to suspend the Swiss FA.
Portsmouth could go...
Harry Redknapp would love to see Carlos Tevez at White Hart Lane, but admitted a January move for the striker is highly unlikely, the Daily Mail report.
Redknapp is keen to add to his attacking options as Tottenham push for a return to the Champions League, and although he feels it is improbable, Redknapp believes that Tevez fits the bill.
“He is a special player, the type of player...