Carlos Tevez's adviser Kia Joorabchian has hinted that his client may be forced to leave Manchester United in the summer and has not ruled out a move to rivals Manchester City.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Joorabchian underlined that Tevez will be open to offers from other Premier League clubs if United decide not to sign the Argentinian striker.
"I don't want to direct, saying it's going to be Liverpool, City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham – whoever you can pick out – Milan, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus," Joorabchian said. "The key is that at the present moment Carlos is a United player and he's focused on being a United player for the rest of the season."
The player's agent Adrian Rocco also spoke to Sky about his surprise at United's reluctance to sign Tevez permanently: "There was no will from the directors and the coach to sign a new contract," Rocco said. "On 31 May, he will have no club and no contract. I don't know why, but Manchester United have not asked for any renewal [of the loan] nor signing him for next season.