Date: 13th December 2010 at 4:02pm
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One potential avenue has been closed off as a destination for Kia Joorabchian and Carlos Tevez after Manchester City. Serie A leaders AC Milan can’t afford the wantaway striker…

You don’t have to be a European footballing ‘in the know’ to appreciate that almost all of Europe’s giant clubs do not have the financial resources to keep Joorabchian and Tevez in the style that they have become accustomed to at Manchester City.

There is a rule of thought knocking around the continent early this week that suggests a number of clubs are preparing to distance themselves from a Tevez bid, mindful of his current wages and the self serving disruptive baggage that the Argentinian hot shot is evidently capable of.

San Siro Chief Executive Adriano Galliani bluntly stated today:

‘Tevez is great but Milan can’t make an investment like that. If we find a forward who looks like a Milan player we will take him, otherwise we’ll stay like this.’

Nevermind Manchester City not being prepared to sell a striker with 39 goals in 53 league and cup starts. Having called the shots repeatedly over his previous moves, it could well be that Tevez and his adviser might yet find themselves with no place to go unless they are prepared to accept a substanital pay cut and associated reduced agent’s fees.

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