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Tevez's future on hold until early June

CARLOS Tevez's future at Manchester United will not be resolved until after the Champions League final, as the club grapples with the complexities of reaching a permanent deal.

Tevez's two-year loan deal expires at the end of the season and United Chief Executive David Gill said yesterday that the club would have to pay a group of investors around 25 million pounds (US$38 million) to sign him. But that won't happen until after the Champions League holder has played Barcelona in the May 27 final in Rome. "The actual situation will be cleared up in early June," Gill told the BBC. "Carlos has done very well. We'd like him to stay but the actual economic situation needs to be clarified." The Argentina striker appeared to wave farewell to United fans on Saturday when he was substituted during the 0-0 draw with Arsenal that clinched the club's third straight English Premier League title.


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