City demand £100m for prized asset - reports

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Manchester City are demanding £100m for Carlos Tevez, according to the Mirror.

The want-away Argentine striker has seemingly made his intentions clear about his future at City and is set to leave the club this summer.

But City, who are unwilling to let Tevez go on the cheap, are demanding £100m from the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Inter Milan, who have all been linked with his signature.


Tevez has played a decisive part in City qualifying for the Champions League this season and winning the FA Cup, and his role in the team is seen as vital if the club are to usurp neighbours Manchester United as the Premier League's top dogs.

However, Tevez is known is despise the Manchester lifestyle and is constantly homesick, paving the way for a move to Boca Juniors.

Whether Tevez stays at City or not, the club are still expected to spend big this summer, with Javier Pastore and Hulk linked with the club.

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