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Joorabchian seeking settlement

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Kia Joorabchian is still hoping to settle the Carlos Tevez affair - and complete the Argentina striker´s proposed move from West Ham to Manchester United - amicably and out of court.

Joorabchian confirmed on Wednesday night he is prepared to hand over all documentation relating to Tevez´s contract at West Ham if instructed by the High Court after Sheffield United have their appeal against the Premier League inquiry´s verdict heard on Friday.

It is understood the documentation could potentially be harmful to West Ham´s case - and that may go some way to helping settle the contractual wrangle which is holding up Tevez´s transfer to Old Trafford. However, Joorabchian would much prefer to reach an agreement with West Ham and the Premier League over Tevez´s future out of court.

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