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Tevez 'Promises` to Join Utd

Tevez 'Promises` to Join Utd

Carlos Tevez has revealed that he has already promised Sir Alex Ferguson that he will join Manchester United this summer, claiming that he never goes back on his word.

It would seem that a Carlos Tevez transfer never plain sailing and this one seems no different. Though West Ham have said they have no knowledge of a deal, due to recent events (including the apparent eviction of Tevez from his London Penthouse through West Ham United) it would seem that the deal will go through, though to be some time next week.

One of the reasons for the suspected conformation of the deal is most probably Carlos Tevez`s burning desire to move to Old Trafford, and speaking to THE PEOPLE, Tevez once again expressed his desire, claiming he has already promised Sir Alex Ferguson he will be part of the Utd squad next season.

'Through my backers, I have given my word to Mr. Ferguson. They have told him I'll be at Manchester United next season, and once I make a promise I don't go back on it. There isn't a player who would turn down this opportunity, and the negotiations are too far advanced to go back now."

The 23-year old went on to explain why how he and his representatives have been open with West Ham all throughout the whole process.

'I have been open and honest with West Ham every step of the way and I hope that the fans understand. It will be an emotional and special day whenever I return to play them. I had two very good offers from foreign clubs in January but I refused because I had unfinished business. It would have been easy to move on, but I couldn't leave the club and the fans in that predicament."

Tevez then revealed how his decision to leave the London club was sealed once they failed to commit to his long-term signature.

'My representatives sat down with West Ham at the end of the season and once it became clear they were not going to sign me, they gave me permission to talk to other clubs, so I am surprised this is causing such a stink.'

All the pieces seem to be coming together now, and hopefully the players desire will finally pursuade West Ham to give up, so that Tevez can move to the team he quite obviously wants to join.


Writer:United4Life
Date:Sunday July 8 2007
Time: 12:21PM

Comments

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what the hell is he on about, he never goes back on his word does he? He said this season that he was at west ham for the long term,then he goes touting himself to every other club in europe! But if you lot get him then i think you will be untouchable next season, unless you suffer a major injury crisis!
RobbieGODFowler
08/07/2007 15:19:00
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ARGENTINA,ARGENTINA!!!!
SweetLeftFoot
08/07/2007 15:29:00
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RobbieGODFowler - he said he would stay for the long term, but as he says above west ham didnt want him long term, and they wernt prepared to spend any mooney on him, so obviosly he had to look elsewhere!
united4life
08/07/2007 15:59:00
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We're getting Tevez!! I feel a wager on a Utd quadruple may be in order.
Kanchelskis
08/07/2007 16:05:00
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hopefully he can persuade heinze to stay i still think we need him
rooneyisgod
08/07/2007 16:53:00
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It would be a great day if you screw up and get hauled over the coals for an illegal deal.. You already cheated to keep the spammers up
cusop
08/07/2007 16:53:00
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rooney + tevez = the ugliest strike partnership in history.
YagamiRED
09/07/2007 01:41:00
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Shrek got a partner in ugliness,the Vampier bitten Argentinan
Babeasta
09/07/2007 13:43:00
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I always thought tevez really looked more like his neck was bitten by a Rabies Ridden dog? Anyway ... Kanchelskis, don't tempt fate. No one mentions the a potential double or treble or even quadruple until it's done and dusted.
zaeem1701
10/07/2007 12:48:00
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