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Manchester United's Carlos Tevez - 'I Have Not Been Respected'

The United striker says he feels a lot of pain at having to leave the club at the end of the season...

16 May 2009 13:23:03

Despite reports of interest from [url=http://www.goal.com/en/teams/spain/124/real-madrid-news]Real Madrid, [url=http://www.goal.com/en/teams/england/97/man-utd-news]Manchester United striker [url=http://www.goal.com/en/people/argentina/9874/carlos-tevez]Carlos Tevez has revealed that his future lies in the [url=http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england-football-news]Premier League.

The Argentine has been on-loan with the Red Devils for the past two years, but his future is still far from certain.

The loan deal ends in the summer and Tevez was expected to sign a permanent deal with the club, but now he seems set to leave Old Trafford.

However, the 25-year-old has stated his desire to remain in the Premier League.

Speaking to TyC Tevez said, "My priority is to remain in the Premier League, because this is the most competitive league in the world, despite that I know that there is interest from Spain and Italy."

The former Boca Juniors and West Ham United striker has also spoken of his sadness at having to leave the club.

"Things have happened and, when the league ends, I will see where I go," he continued.

"I feel a lot of pain to have to leave Manchester United because of the fans. It's hard for me to accept this.

"Each day that goes by is more difficult for me, because I know that I am not going to play at the club anymore.

"They say to people that I am about to sign a new contract, but that never happens. I have not been respected.

"I have never asked [sir Alex] Ferguson for an explanation, but a player notices when he is not part of a team anymore.

"I am surprised, but I am calm. You notice when you have to leave a club."

Tevez has made a total of 62 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 19 goals.

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Looked as if he was waving goodbye after the Arsenal game, I'm lost tho which club actually owns him now as he was on loan at United for 2 seasons, his previous club is obviously West Ham so are they in line for the £30m transfer fee if United sign him or is it his dodgy agent who pockets the lot?

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no mate he still owns his papers i think its the same guy that owned masherano then when liverpool brought him they actually brought him and his papers out righ not like the tevez - united scenario but the guy wants to actually sell him now £26million and 5.5million a year in wages looks like rafa is gonna try to buy him from under fergies nose

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Despite the fact that he has apparently been disrespected at United I still think he is too loyal to the club to go to Liverpool or even Manchester City, I'd think he'll go to a team like Everton or Villa, although personally I believe he is a great striker. And these agents of Tevez that own him paid for his entire rise into football, they're probably entittled to a little pay-back from him.

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Everton or Villa? not a chance, Everton can't afford to keep Jo let alone bid for Tevez and despite having a rich owner I don't see Villa bidding £30m for one player it's not o'Neils style.

The only clubs in England I can see willing to pay £30m is Man United or Man City, so if the United deal falls through he will be off to Spain or Italy.

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