Saturday, July 7, 2007


Tevez's United move in trouble.

Reports claim that Manchester United are close to signing Carloz Tevez on a two-year loan deal with the Argentina striker likely to seal a move to Old Trafford in the next 24 hours.

But West Ham have now moved to stop the 23-year-old leaving Upton Park this summer by stating that he still has three years to run on his contract.
Magnusson expects Tevez, who is currently on international duty playing in the Copa America, to return to West Ham ahead of next season.

"Carlos Tevez is a registered West Ham United player, contracted to the club until June 2010," he said in a statement on the club's official website.

"There is no agreement with West Ham United for Carlos Tevez to leave the club and we expect him to return in time for next season's preparations.

"No decision on his future can be reached without the agreement of West Ham United."

Any deal which takes Tevez to Manchester United will be under scrutiny from the Premier League and West Ham are likely to be backed in their stance.


Tevez agrees personal terms with united.

According to Carlos Tevez's representatives the striker has agreed personal terms with Manchester United.

Carloz tevez was quoted as: "I am a player who thrives on challenges. I went to England to triumph in the Premiership and with West Ham I have achieved that first stage.

"Now I'm ready to move on to the next stage. To be a member of Sir Alex Ferguson's squad will be absolutely spectacular.

"My dream is to be an idol in English football and I can achieve this now."

Last season Tevez scored seven goals in his final 10 Premier League games, including the winner at Manchester United that guaranteed West Ham's top flight status.

It is reported that the 25million pounds plus deal is to completed by next week, unless league interrupt the move due to the controversy between West Ham United and tevez's advicer Kia Joorabchian.


Reports: Rossi for sale?

Manchester United are willing to sell Giuseppe Rossi, according to Parma president Tommaso Ghirardi.
Rossi may be surplus to requirements should United complete the signing of Argentina international striker Carlos Tevez.

Parma have not wasted any time by moving in quickly to take the 20-year-old hit-man back to the Stadio Ennio Tardini over the summer.

Ghirardi is waiting to hear back from The Red Devils whether they have been successful in their bid for Rossi.

"Manchester United have put Giuseppe Rossi up for sale," Ghirardi told Italian press.

"Two days ago we spoke with Red Devils officials and they told us the player is for sale.

"At that point we made an offer. Now we are waiting for an answer."

Rossi's nine goals in 19 games for Parma last term were crucial in helping keep the club in Serie A.
United may also sell Alan Smith and Keiran richardson who have fetched plenty of interest from a string of clubs.