The gossips have never stop since Manchester United hold the negotiations with Tevez’s agent about converting his loan move into permanent. My friend Sorin from Online sports articles has a view about this issue. He said:
Even if they failed to take up the first option on Tevez by not offering him a contract until the end of January, Manchester United are ready to pay the £25 million for the Argentinean and sign him permanently.
Tevez and his collaborators are free to negotiate with any other team but the Argentinean desire is to remain at Old Trafford.
Even if he was a little disappointed when Manchester signed Berbatov, Tevez has shown the same devotion whenever he was called to action by Sir Alex Fergusson. It seems that these things impressed and convinced Ferguson to tie him with a long-term deal.
Probably no other team would pay £25 million for a substitute but it looks like Ferguson sees Tevez as the perfect replacement for Rooney when he is not fit.
The internal competition is healthy, Champions League is also one of the objectives and a squad with substitutes of a near level is mandatory. Manchester United are the Premier League and Champions League holders and certainly they would like to repeat the performance of last year.
If the negotiations fail, Inter and Real Madrid will be ready to take advantage on it and secure Tevez services. The physical skills, fighting spirit and team work are very important and every coach in the World would love to have such a player in his team. Add to that, the character and his behavior on the field and outside it are making Tevez a great player, a really world-class player!
Should Fergie keep Tevez?