Carlos Tevez won every trophy at Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson. The Argentine prolific goalscorer is one of the most confusing transfers in the Premier League and the world of football at large. He was signed from West Ham at a lease fee of €10 million.
The Argentine ended his two year stay scooping trophies during his stay at Manchester United. The Argentine joined Manchester United's arch rivals, Manchester City who by then, enjoyed money from the Abu Dhabi Arabs led by Sheikh Mansour.
Most football fans knew Manchester City was becoming another thing in terms of the football business which was held by Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal. Carlos Tevez enjoyed the company of Cristiano Ronaldo during his first season, and Wayne Rooney making them one of the most deadliest forward combination in Europe.
Carlos Tevez left Manchester United for town rivals, Manchester City in 2009. His arrival at Man City was 'Messianic' as the fans believed he would take them to the top leagues; the Champions League. He ended the first season as the top scorer of the league.
The most unforgettable moment is in 2011 when the Argentine ignored the manager's call to warm up and be fielded as a substitute against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Problems started to pile up on the Argentine as fans from both clubs threw missiles claiming he was a 'Mercenary'.
What really went wrong in Manchester?
Carlos Tevez revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson gave him a little playing time at the club. He went further to say that the Scottish manager did not make communication with him. He talked to him once in his two years' stay at Old Trafford.
During the 2011/12 Manchester City's Premier League triumph, Tevez celebrated the Premier League sign with a sign, Rest In Peace Ferguson. This brought controversies to Manchester United's supporters. On the other hand, Manchester City's fans wanted him to be sold due to his indiscipline cases. That was the sad end of Carlos Tevez in the Premier League.
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