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Tevez: The Final Twist?

Tevez: The Final Twist?

Numerous sources are reporting that West Ham will confirm a deal Tomorrow, which will see Tevez finally seal his move to Old Trafford.

This news comes after Eggert Magnusson`s latest comments to Sky Sports News, in which he said he expected a deal to be completed in the next 24 hours between West Ham and MSI, for the registration of Carlos Tevez.

'I hope so. I would be delighted of course. I just hope the whole thing will be settled soon.'

And now, this latest development would suggest that Magnusson`s (along with everyone else`s) wish may just come true.


Many sources, perhaps most credibly BBC, are adamant that on Friday (tomorrow), West Ham will reveal the news that a deal has been met, and that Tevez`s registration will be handed over to MSI so that he can complete his much anticipated move to Man Utd.

The deal, which is expected to be approved by the Premier League and the FA tomorrow as well, is though to see Kia Joorabchian`s company pay West Ham an amount between £1 million and £3 million, and will see an end to the proposed High Court lawsuit on August 22nd, before it has even begun.

I wrote yesterday of the large possibility of an out-of-court settlement due to everyone`s plain desire to sort out the deal quickly, and it would seem as if it were true, and though one thing the Tevez-Saga has taqught me is to never believe something until it actually happens because it can twist and turn in an instant, but I cant help but be excited.

So, there`s not really much more I can say at the moment, but lets see tomorrow, because that could be the day this whole dull affair finally gets to the end.

And don`t worry, you will be updated immediately tomorrow on any revelations in this case, and expect if a deal is completed an in depth analysis from either me or chief journalist Zae on the twists and turns of the now infamous "Tevez-Saga".

So, fingers crossed and lets hope that next time I write I am writing about another major transfer coup for our beloved club.


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Writer:United4Life
Date:Thursday August 2 2007
Time: 11:50PM

Comments

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West Ham should be relegated and Sheffield United reinstalled the second Tevez moves to United. Its a disgrace.
Nozzy06
03/08/2007 00:17:00
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The behaviour of the F.A has been nothing short of disgraceful. Anyone who believes that MSI would give the rights to a £20m+ player away for nothing is crazy
Topspur1
03/08/2007 03:59:00
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To be honest, it only matters for me that Tevez will be ours. United are faultless in this case so I leave it to Sheffield, West Ham and the Premier League to sort out their problems.
Zae
03/08/2007 13:26:00
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I totally agree with u Nozzy! It's an absolute disgrace!!! Fact CSI are buying out Tevez shows, as everyone other than West Ham thought, that it was a dodgy deal all along!
Blade1889
03/08/2007 13:45:00
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Would welcome the Blades back, they were a likeable team for me.
Zae
03/08/2007 13:52:00
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United are not remotely faultless, they've acted like playground bullies. The irony is if they'd tried to beat West Ham in the first place at the end of last season, they'd have been rightfully relegated and United could have got Tevez without much fuss from anyone.
Nozzy06
03/08/2007 14:00:00
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We've tried to beat them, it was 25 shots against 2, Smith's shot headed off the line, should have had a penalty for a foul on O'Shea and absolutely battered them. Anway, I can't see how we can be faulted for trying to sign a good player... We would have been happy to pay West Ham, too but it had not been left to the court at the end.
Zae
03/08/2007 14:16:00
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Nozzy dont talk about losing when you should win, wasnt it liverpool who fieled a reserve team weeks before the champions league final (which you lost :)) to let fulham win and drag them out of the running for the drop. so, according to your own rules you are just as much at fault than us. think before you type mate.
united4life
03/08/2007 14:32:00
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ps - liverpool did exactly the same with masherano, hes in exactly the same boat. so nozzy mate you are COMPLETELY wrong!
united4life
03/08/2007 14:33:00
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