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Kia favours Tevez stay at City

Kia Joorabchian has suggested Carlos Tevez is likely to stay at Manchester City next season.

After a spell in the wilderness following a serious falling out with club officials, Tevez has returned to City and played a key part in their charge towards a first league title in 44 years - which will almost certainly be sealed with a home win over QPR on Sunday.

He would appear to have settled his differences with boss Roberto Mancini and could be set for a long spell at the club. Joorabchian, the striker's agent, has admitted his wish is for Tevez to remain at the club but is aware things could change in the summer.

"Carlos has had his turbulent moments, but he is now back and 100% committed," Joorabchian told Sky Sports News. "He has settled his differences and his relationship with Roberto is now right."

Looking towards next season, Joorabchian said: "I personally hope he stays and goes on to achieve European glory next year. We will wait and see as in football you can never say 100% whether anyone will stay.

"Carlos has said he is happy at Manchester, he feels settled and what is more important is this Sunday and there is no-one else wants to win it as much as Carlos."

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