London, May 10 (ANI): Argentinean Carlos Tevez has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United's Premier League rivals by insisting that his career at Old Trafford is over.
The on-loan striker is angry at being left on the bench for long periods and claims United boss Sir Alex Ferguson hasn't tried to sign him permanently.
Tevez's shock bombshell will alert Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton and Aston Villa - while Iranian businessman Kia Joorabchian's company, which owns the player, has also received a 45 million pounds offer from a foreign club.
News of the World quoted Tevez as saying: "I am very sad about this but I guess what I'm saying is goodbye."
"I don't think I will be a Manchester United player next season. I have done everything I possibly can but they have never made me an offer so I have to leave. I think I will be at another club next season," he added.
The Argentinean insists he wants to stay here.
He said: "I want to play in England because it is the best league in the world and it suits my style." (ANI)