Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott has said that the arrival of Carlos Tevez back to the Manchester city squad will not hurt their chances of winning a title this season. Carlos Tevez recently returned to the Manchester city first team after apologising to the club and to the manager. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini admitted that he would be willing to consider Tevez as an option in the future, as he has made an apology. Carlos Tevez has not been part of the Manchester City squad since September after refusing to come on in the match against Bayern Munich. This led to serious damage in the relationship with him and the club, with especially the manager Roberto Mancini extremely critical of the player.

After spending three months in the wilderness, Carlos Tevez has realised that he will not be able to play hardball with Manchester City. After suffering a loss of earnings of up to £ 10 million, Carlos Tevez has finally issued an apology by stating that he just wants to continue playing football without any of the media attention. In this situation, there has also been reports that the arrival of Carlos Tevez back to the Manchester City squad will be damaging to the morale of the team.

“No one here sees Carlos as a disruption. If we can all get together and push in the same direction I am sure it’s a positive for the club. With us, Carlos has never been an issue, and we are confident that if he does get his chance, he will score a lot of goals,” said Lescott when asked about the influence Carlos Tevez’ return will have on the first team. City are currently in the first position in the table, while they have also advanced to the Europa league last 16 round.

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