Mancini: Tevez will stay
4th July 2011 - Alma Shera
Manchester City football manager Roberto Mancini has said that Carlos Tevez will not leave Eastlands this summer.
Mancini revealed that the club were in discussions with Inter Milan over a potential exchange deal, where Tevez would be swapped for Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o, but it fell through.
He explained: "Tevez will stay. He is a fantastic player. There was talk of an exchange with Eto'o, but Inter did not want to sell."
Tevez has been instrumental for Manchester City since arriving at the club in 2009 and has scored 43 times in 65 games after previously playing for Boca Juniors, Corinthians, West Ham and the team's nearest rivals Manchester United.
Manchester City recently welcomed John Williams to their football operations team.
Williams will offer support in areas such as senior and youth contract negotiations and will work closely with the club's legal and secretarial tasks.
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