Carlos Tevez swapped the red of Manchester United for the blue of City, and has taken just one season to become the club's talisman and a hero among the fans.
But according to a report in the Daily Mail on Sunday, Tevez is ready to leave Eastlands if City miss out on a Champions League spot.
The Argentine is apparently 'disallusioned' with life under City boss Roberto Mancini, and is still bitter about the sacking of Mark Hughes.
If the 26-year-old does decide to leave City there will be no shortage of interested clubs in Europe. Real Madrid and Barcelona have predictably been mentioned, but if Tevez is still loving life in England he could stay in the north west and join Liverpool.
With countryman Javier Mascherano at Anfield, Tevez would feel right at home, and he's already proved he's not shy of making a controversial move to a rival club.
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Jose Mourinho has rubbished rumours he will lead the Ghana team at the World Cup this summer.
Mourinho was linked to the job by a newspaper in Ghana, despite Serbian Milovan Rajevic being the man in possession.
"After my last match with Inter Milan I will be on holiday and no way will I join any national team at the World Cup," Mourinho told reporters.
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