It appears as if Carlos Tevez will stay with Manchester City beyond this season. The Argentine has reportedly decided to extend his tumultuous career at the Eastlands. According to insiders at Manchester City the striker and Manchester City’s board are set for talks on a new contract.
Manchester City’s administration officer Brian Marwood has corroborated there reports, but he hasn’t shed any light on the nature of the new contract.
Carlos Tevez, who was goal-less in Manchester City’s 2-0 defeat to Everton but scored a hat-trick against Barnsley, was rumored to be cusp of returning home or joining Paris Saint-Germain. The Argentina international would be of contract next summer, therefore Manchester City were expected to sell him off.
Brian Marwood believes Carlos Tevez’s exit can be ruled out since the 29-year-old is happy with his life at Manchester City. Carlos Tevez has been unable to cement his place in Manchester City’s first-team, but he still is having a good season.
Since offering an olive branch to manager Roberto Mancini and the Manchester City board, Carlos Tevez has managed to dissolve any tensions he had with his club last season. Carlos Tevez has scored 15 goals in 35 games for Manchester City, which are 11 more than last season.
“Everyone knows Carlos only has a year left on his contract, but he has been fantastic for Manchester City - his scoring record, his tenacity, his energy,” Brian Marwood told the Daily Star last week. “I think he is in a good place at the moment. Roberto Mancini has talked about extending Tevez’s contract, and these conversations will continue in the summer.
“We have had no offers and Carlos is happy at the club. Discussions will take place at the end of the season in terms of his future at City.”
Carlos Tevez is rumored to be preparing a switch to Paris Saint-Germain this summer. The former Manchester United striker has been admired by Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian, who is backed by the rich French club, will have no problem in paying Carlos Tevez’s big salary and transfer fees.