Carlos Tevez has hit out at his club Manchester United for dragging their heels on his contract.
Carlos Tevez has said he could leave Manchester United as the Argentinians contract talks continue to drag on.
Alex Ferguson suggested that Tevez’s wage requirements were too high, which has led Tevez to speak out on an Argentinian radio station.
Tevez has been at United for 18 months on a loan deal, after arriving from West Ham. Manchester United have always a desire to agree a permanent contract and that his £32million price tag would be met.
Tevez, keen to protect his relationship with the United fans said:
It bothers me that I have to start messing about with the fans who give me their affection in each game.
The club know this, but still I haven’t received an offer. If I leave the club I want to do so feeling good.
All clubs are on an equal footing. If a club comes to me and offers me a five-year deal, I will accept it for peace of mind but I’d prefer to stay for as long as is reasonable.