Corinthians president reveals new plans to land Man City rebel Tevez

Corinthians president Andres Sanches admits they will try to buy Manchester City rebel Carlos Tevez in January.

Corinthians president Andres Sanches admits they will try to buy Manchester City rebel Carlos Tevez in January.

The Daily Mail says with the first raft of a lucrative new TV deal being paid in January, Corinthians are ready to make a new offer, but hope to capitalise on Tevez's breakdown in relations with boss Roberto Mancini.

Sanches said: "We made an offer in the window, he is a player who interests us, but only in January will we see if we have a chance. He is not worth 40 million - we will make an offer well below it.

"I don't know if they will accept it, the (financial) gap is huge. I have a value in mind but I won't say what it is.

"The written offer of £40m isn't worth anything now. After all of the problems, he should be worth less. What if he brings these problems here?"

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