Limavady UNITED, a club that competes in the second division in Northern Ireland, has sent an official bid for Manchester City itsArgentine striker Carlos Tevez.
Manchester City has decided to suspend for two weeks their attacker Carlos Tevez after he refused to come into play in Uefa Champions football match against Bayern Munich. Man City manager Roberto Mancini said after match that Tevez will never play again for his team
Limavady United, a club that currently occupies the eighth place in the Northen Ireland league, has sent the City an incredible offer,”which offers assistance ”and” is ready to accept Tevez in the team”, but – on one condition. City should continue to pay his salary to Tevez. Argentine, apparently, in Manchester City earns 220,000 pounds a week.

“Pursuant to the well publicised comments of your manager yesterday evening to the effect that Carlos Tevez would not be permitted to play for your club again, may I on behalf of Limavady United FC indicate our willingness to assist you with a difficult problem,” his statement said.

“We would be perfectly willing to take Mr Tevez on loan for the remainder of the season or until transfer, thereby permitting him to play football but without the risk of being cup-tied for the Champions League.

“Limavady United play in the championship in Northern Ireland and our manager would be happy to accommodate Mr Tevez within his squad.

“Naturally, our club would not be in a position to discharge Mr Tevez’s wages but I am sure you can see the advantages of keeping him match fit prior to any possible sale.”

The offer has not still receive a response from Manchester City.

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