Chelsea Fans Dream On, Tevez Is A City Man, Terry Demanding Showdown

Perm VacationCorrespondent IJuly 8, 2009

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 10:  John Terry of England in action during the FIFA 2010 World Cup Group 6 Qualifying match between England and Andorra at Wembley Stadium on June 10, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

It is being reported that Chelsea are trying to hijack the Tevez deal, personally I think this is just some jumped up Chelsea fan on a windup because there is no doubt in my mind that they have zero chance of signing Tevez.

Carlos wants first team football and he will get that at City but at Chelsea he would be up against Drogba, Anelka, and Kalou—you don't need to be a brain surgeon to figure it out.

Is this just some Chelsea fan trying to stir up a story so to get Manchester City to panic?

Meanwhile reports suggest John Terry is disgusted about not being approached by Chelsea officials over his future after interest from Manchester City FC was logged.

Terry is apparently demanding showdown talks with Roman Abramovich while it is being reported Manchester City FC are preparing to make another bid for John Terry.

John Terry has only just arrived back from his holiday but expected to at least get a phone call from his current employers which never came.

Did something happen that we don't know about on holiday in the UAE? It is reported that John Terry is on £20k less than Frank Lampard so I can not see this being a showdown just to get a little bit more cash so what is the showdown for? Reassurances of his first team place or does he really want a new challenge?.

This is getting very interesting no matter how you look at it, if City do not pull off the Terry capture then City will turn to either England international Joleon Lescott or Brazil international Lucio.

 

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