Clubs must wait for Tevez decision

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Four Barclays Premier League clubs and two Italian outfits have registered an interest in signing Carlos Tevez - but the Argentina striker will not make any decision on his future until after the Copa America.

Tevez set his sights on staying in England after rejecting a move to Inter Milan because he was not prepared to meet the Italian champions´ deadline for a decision while on international duty. It is understood Tevez has also turned down a second, un-named Italian club within the last 10 days for the same reason.

His adviser Kia Joorabchian insists no deal will be done with any club until after the Copa America, and said: "Carlos is playing in the Copa America at the moment and that is where his prime focus is. It is a big competition and we intend talking more seriously about his future when that tournament is over. At the moment there is no development."

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