Tevez threatens to leave if Man U fails to make him club's highest paid player

 
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London, June 19 (ANI): Carlos Tevez has told Manchester United to make him club's highest-paid player or he will leave.

The Red Devils have agreed the 26 million pounds asking price to make the Argentinean striker's loan move permanent. But they have still to match the personal terms of 110,000 pounds a week that stars Rio Ferdinand and Dimitar Berbatov earn.

Tevez, 25, has been on 95,000 pounds a week since joining Sir Alex Ferguson's side but his loan ends at the end of this month, The Sun reports.

He is on holiday in Buenos Aires where he has also been contacted directly by new Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti. Tevez is impressed with new Blues' boss Ancelotti's personal approach.

Manchester City are also interested in grabbing the striker as boss Mark Hughes bids to build a team capable of giving the Premier League's big four a tough fight.

Tevez was frustrated with the Red Devils last season for leaving him in the dark over his future. Now the player and his agent and co-owner Kia Joorabchian are happy to keep them waiting on their decision. (ANI)

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