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'Tevez has no interest in move to City'

Carlos Tevez's advisor Kia Joorabchian has rejected tabloid talk of the Argentina star signing for Manchester City.

Tevez's two-year loan deal with Manchester United is due to end next spring, with the Old Trafford club keen to complete a permanent contract.

Earlier this week the 24-year-old admitted he would sign a United offer as soon as it was put before him.

However, reports have emerged claiming cash-rich City are eager to poach the South American.

However, Joorabchian is adamant Tevez, who was left on the bench for today's clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, has no desire to join City and will eventually sign for United as planned.

"Carlos is not joining Manchester City," said Joorabchian, who is no longer the head of MSI, having left the company to take charge of a loose grouping of like-minded businessmen.

"All this talk linking him with them is a complete load of nonsense.

"He is a Manchester United player through and through and is looking forward to signing a long-term contract with them in the near future."

City tried to trump United on deadline day as they closed in on Dimitar Berbatov and have even been linked with a £135m deal for Cristiano Ronaldo, a suggestion derided by both Sir Alex Ferguson and chief executive David Gill.

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