Friday, August 03, 2007

Tevez set to sign...

According to the media Carlos Tevez is likely to become a Manchester United player on Friday once the Premier League and the FA have ratified the transfer. It's understood that the fee will be around £2m, if true this is something of a climbdown by the Premier League who were reportedly demanding that the figure should be nearer £6m. United will pay a further £10m to MSI for a two year loan period with a £20m option to make the move permanent. It's a very good deal for Manchester United, which will bring about an end to the most protracted transfer of all time.

Quite what will become of West Ham United remains be seen as reports suggest that relegated Sheffield United are likely to seek compensation over issue of who owns Carlos Tevez. West Ham had supposedly torn up their initial agreement with MSI, but documents produced in the High Court earlier this week suggested that a second contract confirmed the Argentine was still 'owned' by MSI.

The Sheffield United's PLC chairman Kevin McCabe has described the Premier League as 'shambolic'. Ouch.

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