Last time Carlos Tevez gave an interview in Argentina, he let rip on the manager and seemed as though he was certainly going to leave Manchester United.
Today, in an interview with Radio Del Plata, Tevez has confirmed he wants to stay here for another few years and will move to resolve the situation at the end of the season.
“We have spoken with Manchester United but I have not signed anything,” said Tevez. “The club have tried to broach the subject, but the two parties have decided to wait until June before finding a definitive solution. I would like to stay here for a few more years, because it is very difficult to leave one of the biggest clubs in the world. The discussions we have had have been with the chief executive, not with Alex Ferguson. But for the moment I am concentrating entirely on United.”
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