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Tevez saga takes new twist

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Manchester City misfit Carlos Tevez is reportedly set to go into talks with Paris St Germain over a move to France.

 

The Etihad Stadium outcast is desperate to move away from Roberto Mancini’s side and proposed deals to Serie A falling through have left the door open for PSG, according to Sky Sports.

 

The Argentinian forward has not played for Manchester City since his bust up with manager Mancini during the Champions League loss to Bayern Munich in September.

 

It was widely reported that he favoured a move to AC Milan but talks between them and City broke down last week.

 

Then AC rivals Inter Milan publicly stated their interest in bring Tevez to San Siro but their offer was turned down, as it did not meet the Citizens’ valuation.

 

New PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti confirmed they were interested in signing the former Manchester United man, but were being cautious over predicting what the outcome of the talks may be.

 

“The Tevez negotiation? It's in progress, but it is not easy because he is an important player,” Ancelotti told Sky Sport Italia.

 

“We are very interested to take him and there is City's desire to sell but we must also consider the agreement with the player.”

 

Tevez has been in his native Argentina for the past two months and has refused to return until his future has been resolved.

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