We know that though.
He's never had any loyalty.
Which I do think is fair now. He wants to play for lots of clubs, and experience different types of football. It's a new era remember.
Even if he went to Madrid, Barca or either of the Milans, he'd only stay for 2 seasons wouldn't he?
Just trying to imagine a conversation between carlos and his wife:
Tevez: Hello, I'm earning 200,000 a week and living like a king, what do you say we move to Manchester?
Wife: erm... tell me more.
Tevez: well it's different to South America of course but a very nice city. We'll live like royalty with the money.
Tevez: oh, but it rains a lot.
Wife: nope, no thanks, no chance.
No but seriously, fair enough if his family can't settle in England, especially the kids I guess...?
Isn't this the same Tevez who said he was going to retire in a year or two?
Can't figure the guy out, he should just go back to Argentina if he's so homesick, they have football there. He must have enough money by now to open a bank!
I just don't see why he can't convince his family to come over for a year.
It's almost unbelievable and there's probably a reason for that. He could just put his fut down, he earns all the money afterall.
It wouldn't shock me in the slightest if it came out in a few years that he'd told his family to stay in Argentina to give him an excuse to continually go back, he's been given time off by both Manchester clubs to do so, and so that he can use it as an excuse.
Can you imagine if in March his family had said 'right Carlitos, we're coming over, pick us up at the airport', would he have thought 'brilliant' or 'bugger can't use that excuse now'?