"I am not interested whether Fifa enter into this or not, but I do want a positive solution to allow me to move to Manchester United in the same way Javier Mascherano joined Liverpool in January," Tevez, who was given a tour round
United's facilities by captain Gary Neville and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Wednesday, told the Daily Mirror.
"I see this as only a money problem between clubs. I want West Ham to close the deal so I can play for Manchester United.
"I have fulfilled the orders of my agents (MSI) and after the final of the Copa America I have travelled to England. I want a solution as quickly as possible.
"I am very grateful to West Ham. The club and the fans are sensational, but when it comes to football, I believe a good transfer will be good for them.
"I would like the deal completed so I can go on holiday full of peace and calm.
"But I am convinced I will play for Manchester United next season."