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Wednesday links: More on Tevez

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I'll be heading off to Turin later today for the Juventus game on Thursday evening, so here's some quick links on the continuing issue of Carlos Tevez's future:

  • City are set to sue Tevez and his representatives should the Argentinian walk away from the club. [guardian.co.uk]
  • But Tevez may be willing to stay for now on the condition he gets to move next summer. [Gulf News]
  • And Tevez arrived back at the club and trained yesterday (Tuesday). [guardian.co.uk]
  • Kia Joorabchian says it is not money, but City reneging on 'specific promises'. [telegraph.co.uk]
  • An excellent piece from Henry Winter says that the club is bigger than any one player. [telegraph.co.uk]
  • Whilst Paul Hayward suggests Tevez's revolt is an attack on the big clubs. [guardian.co.uk]
  • An excellent analysis from James Ducker on the Cook-Joorabchian fall out (subscription required). [times.co.uk]
  • Kevin McCarra suggests Tevez has exposed City's lack of forward thinking. [guardian.co.uk]
  • Mark Ogden reports City are set to step up interest in Edin Dzeko. [telegraph.co.uk]
  • Jack Pitt-Brooke analysis the Tevez issue in more depth. [TLDORC]
  • Who should be City's next captain? MCFC Forum debates the topic. [mcfcforum.co.uk]