Carlos Tevez fined by Manchester United for allegedly trashing his house
City signing docked wages for broken furniture and dog damage
Carlos Tevez had his last wage packet from Manchester United docked after club officials found £30,000 worth of damage to the house they rented for him. The Sun reports that Manchester City’s new signing had money taken from his pay to cover the cost of the “trashed” £1.5 million mansion in Prestbury.
Furniture in the house was reportedly damaged and the Argentinian’s dogs were said to have ruined several items.
A “United source” said: “The house was a tip and we made Carlos pay. We don’t know who was responsible. But the matter has now been resolved.”