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In a dossier that they have compiled today the newspaper start by printing various quotes from the Argentine, some of which are recent, some less so, but all of which convey the message that he wants to leave Manchester United.

They then go on to analyse factors in the deal, such as the fact that Real Madrid have spoken to Tevez, but that they haven't spoken to his owners yet. That minor point is brushed aside though with the news that Kia Joorabchian, owner of the company that owns the player, has apparently not denied that interest does exist from the Spanish side.

What is most notable is that whilst Marca decide to run the story as their headline news, most of the other Spanish news agencies have not covered it on their front page, and one has to look deeper to find stories about the Argentine.

Indeed, the only other main paper who has the story is AS, who quote the Argentine as saying 'I would love to play for Real Madrid', and pick through some of the better comments from the forward.

This point is symptomatic of the way that Marca, a Madrid based newspaper, is becoming part of the transfer deal for Real Madrid, and is almost orchestrating deals.

In the summer they so nearly unsettled Ronaldo enough for him to leave Old Trafford, and with the fresh smell of blood in the air, they are yet again on the prowl.

Whether or not they will be successful this time, we will have to wait and see, but what is for sure is that Real Madrid and Manchester United might be the fighters in the ring, Marca are trying their best to call all the shots.

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They are Madrid's paper, and they continually try to stir up trouble.

I would never believe a word they say.
 
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