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Numerous sources in recent times have reported that Tottenham are interested in buying Carlos Tevez from Manchester City if the price is right. The Argentine is currently facing disciplinary action from City after serving a two week suspension imposed for refusing point-blank to come off the bench during City’s Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.

I know that we should take these rumours with a pinch of salt, but if City were willing to sell Tevez at a low price (simply to get rid of him) then would anybody really be surprised if Harry wasn’t interested. Redknapp is the master of the bargain signing and may well believe that he could ‘change’ Tevez should he join the North London club.

Given reports that Tevez is training on his own, it seems that at the moment he just has no future with the club. So would Tottenham fans be glad to see him join their side?

Whilst Tottenham currently look fairly decent in terms of strikers at the moment, with both Jermaine Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor in tow, Adebayor’s season long loan will end at the end of the footballing year and Harry will surely be back in the market for a striker.

I just hope that he doesn’t go after Tevez, who has proven time and time again that he’s not a reliable team member. Has he ever left a club and remained on good terms with its fans? No matter how good he is as a footballer, Tottenham have to consider two things: his astronomical wages and his propensity for being a bit of a goon. As far as I’m concerned after his antics in the Premier League I’d rather not see him play here again. When you’re earning that much money you have a responsibility to be a bit of a role-model and he’s miles away from being that. The home-sickness excuse simply doesn’t wash with me. And these rumours flying around that Tottenham are weighing up a move for Tevez just don’t consider the damage he’d do to Spur’s wage-bill. Daniel Levy and co. simply can’t afford to be spending £250k a week on a player who might up and leave them at any stage or simply refuse to play. It just wouldn’t be a sensible deal for Tottenham to strike and I personally hope that Harry steers well clear.

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10 comments

  • sybrian says:

    we couldn’t afford half his wages!!

  • John White says:

    “Numerous sources in recent times have reported that Tottenham are interested in buying Carlos Tevez from Manchester City if the price is right. ”
    No they haven’t. You’re making it up.
    There is no chance that Tottenham could afford the transfer fee or his wages . You might just as well state “Numerous sources in recent times have reported that Tottenham are interested in buying Lionel Messi from Barcelona if the price is right. ”
    Perhaps that’s your next exclusive?

  • Yiddo says:

    rubbish article. 1st off, we could never get him, second poor made up rumor.
    Disgraceful.

  • nelly says:

    My local pub team is interested in signing both Tevez and Messi. Who do we apply to?

  • bazza says:

    We already have one player who’s fallen out with Mancini so no issue there. I’d love us to sign Tevez but can’t see Levy coughing up the kind of wages Tevez will be earning

  • Bane says:

    Can not leaving a club on good terms be true about Adebayor too? Who cares it’s a load of sports journalists scrabbling to fill papers.

  • Gally says:

    Stupid article, Tevez is one of the best strikers in the world. Anyone that says they would not want him playing for our beloved spurs really needs their head testing. Harry can cope with characters, Paulo di canio as an example of this. Although it would never happen as we cant afford the fee or the wages, but if we could then i would snap him up in a heart beat. Imagine a front 4 permanently of Tev, Ade, JD & VDV.

  • paul says:

    stay away from the drugs mate, make you talk s**t

  • JD says:

    LOOK GUYS EVERY CLUB OUTSIDE MAN UTD AND MAN CITY WOULD LOVE TO HAVE TEVEZ IN THEIR RANKS IF THEY WERE TRUTHFUL AND SPURS ARE NO DIFFERENT , NOT BEING ABLE TO AFFORD HIS WAGES OR SPURS HAVE NO CHANCE IN SIGNING HIM WELL GUYS WE HAVE A WORLD CLASS PLAYER AT THE CLUB WHOM A LOT OF SPURS SUPPORTER`S THOUGHT IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN , WELL WHAT`S TO SAY LEVY AND THE BOARD AND HARRY OF COURSE PULL OFF THE SAME STUNT THAT THEY DID WITH ADEBYOR AND HIS WAGES AND AGGREEING WITH CITY AGAIN IN THE SAME MANNER , SO STOP BEING SO STROPPY ABOUT THIS WONDER MOVE AND DREAM THAT ITS POSSIABLE AND HOPE THAT IT COMES OFF SPURS HAVE DONE SOME GREAT SIGNINGS OVER THE YEARS THAT PEOPLE THOUGHT WAS JUST IMPOSSIABLE , WE DON`T KNOW WHAT SPURS CAN DO FOR SURE AND WE DON`T KNOW WHAT SPURS HAVE IN THE REAL KITTY WITHOUT BEING ROBBED SPURS NEED AND WANT WORLD CLASS PLAYERS AND TEVEZ IS ALL THAT COYS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • JD says:

    TEVEZ FOR SURE WILL GET US EUROPEAN FOOTBALL AND WILL HELP TO BUILD WHL INTO A HUGH NEW STADIUM . COYS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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