Tevez to pocket staggering 43m pay deal if City rebel signs for PSG
Carlos Tevez will pocket an staggering 43million pay deal if he completes his move from Manchester City to French side Paris Saint-Germain in the coming weeks.
Tevez's adviser Kia Joorabchian travelled to France on Thursday for talks with PSG over the striker's proposed transfer from City.
Joorabchian is meeting with coach Carlo Ancelotti and their sporting director Leonardo to discuss a deal potentially worth over 30million.
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The proposed three-and-a-half-year deal for the City rebel includes wages of 10m a year – matching what he was on at City – and he will also be given a mammoth signing on fee of 8.3m, according to The Sun.
City stated on Tuesday that reports of an offer being accepted from PSG for the Argentinian were wide of the mark, but the Ligue 1 leaders have since made contact.
PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti is confident a deal can be done before the transfer window closes, but concedes negotiations are out of his hands at this stage.
He said: 'Everyone knows that we want a striker. Carlos Tevez – it's a great opportunity for us to have a great striker.
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'Today Tevez isn't playing for Manchester City, but he wants to play. Today, nothing is done. We have to talk with the player, and with Manchester City. We hope to find a good solution.'
'I haven't had him on the phone, not him or his agent. It's (director of football) Leonardo who is looking after that.'