Manchester City rebel Carlos Tevez fears being frozen out of football for two years.

The former Etihad skipper confided in pal Carlos Jimenez that he is worried the club will leave him to rot for the final two years of his contract.

His bust-up with City has already cost the Argentine £9million in lost earnings and club fines.

Inter Milan and Paris St Germain have scrapped moves for Tevez while AC Milan are stalling.

Argentine singer Jimenez told The Sun: "Carlitos and I had dinner a few days ago. I could see he was worried.

"He says City want to stop him playing for two years as a punishment. He knows he must get out of Manchester by January 31."