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 Carlos Tevez Hands In Transfer Request, Manchester City vow to fight & keep star
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Posted: Dec 12 2010, 05:18 PM


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Carlos Tevez hands in transfer request as Manchester City vow to fight and keep their star man


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Manchester City have rejected a transfer request from Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed.
The Eastlands club have also expressed their disappointment at the 'actions of his representative' over the matter.

The relationship between Tevez and City manager Roberto Mancini has reportedly deteriorated in recent weeks although the player is understood to be unhappy at being apart from his two daughters, who live in Argentina.


A statement from the club read: 'It is with disappointment that we confirm to our supporters that Carlos Tevez has submitted a written transfer request. The club can also confirm that the request has been rejected.

'The club remains disappointed by this situation and particularly with the actions of Carlos' representative.
'Roberto Mancini and all at the club have shown, and will continue to show, sensitivity to Carlos' personal circumstances including the issue of his family being based overseas.

'Indeed following his suspension as a result of the game against Bolton, Carlos requested, and was given, special dispensation by the manager to take leave overseas.

'The written transfer request is in stark contrast to Carlos' stated position in both public and club contexts.
'Significantly, over recent months, the club has also received numerous requests from Carlos' representative to renegotiate and improve his playing contract as well as more recently a request to extend that contract by another year.'

The statement, on the club's official website, continued: 'However, in line with the club's policy of not negotiating playing contracts mid-season this has not been granted.

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