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Man Utd reveal their stance on completing the transfer of Carlos Tevez

Man Utd reveal their stance on completing the transfer of Carlos Tevez in a loan deal just 11 years after he ditched them for rivals Man City.

Various media outlets reveal how he is currently out of favour at his current club Boca Juniors, and with the lack of forwards available, they want to bring him in.

Marcus Rashford is sidelined for at least another six weeks, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now has just two fit forwards to choose from in out of form Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.

The 35 year old’s contract expires in June and Boca are willing to loan him out for the remainder of his deal – with Tuttosport first breaking the news that United are interested.

During his time with the Red Devils between 2007 and 2009, Tevez made himself increasingly popular when he scored 34 goals in two seasons to helped his side to Premier League and Champions League glory.

He then betrayed manager Sir Alex Ferguson by joining Manchester City in 2009 for £47 million, becoming the first player to move between the two rival clubs since Terry Cooke in 1999. Despite missing four months of the 2011–12 season following a dispute, Tevez returned to help Manchester City win their first league title in 44 years.


Manchester United have confirmed they have no plans to re-sign Tevez during the January transfer window. The club are looking at signing a new forward but the Argentina international won’t be returning to Old Trafford.

Express Sport has been told that there’s no chance of the Boca Juniors hitman moving back to Old Trafford this month.

United do want a new striker but they’re unwilling to go for Tevez, who has spent the last few years waning overseas.

Fans gave their reaction to the rumour that Man Utd are targetting Carlos Tevez in a loan transfer deal…

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