QPR chairman Tony Hernandez has said that there’s no truth in the rumours linking his club with Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.Carlos Tevez has become an outcast at Manchester City after being suspended by the club following his refusal to play in a match against Bayern Munich in September.

Carlos Tevez has since disappeared from the club’s training ground and is currently in Argentina against the conditions by the club. It has been almost certain that Carlos Tevez will be sold by Manchester City in this transfer window, but the destination has been not decided yet. A number of clubs from Italy like AC Milan and Inter Milan have been linked with the Argentine, but there has not been any concrete development on this front.

QPR recently sacked their manager Neil Warnock and replaced him with former Manchester City manager Mark Hughes. Hence, there have been a number of reports linking Carlos Tevez with QPR, and the rumours have just grown in stature in the last few hours. One of the main reasons for this is the proposed the transfer budget being allocated to Mark Hughes. There have been reports that Tony Fernandes has provided Mark Hughes with a budget of up to £ 20 million in this January transfer window.

“You never know – but it’s highly unlikely. He’s one of the most highly-paid players in the Premier League and I think his mind is to go to another country. I would like to do business as soon as possible. We’ve still got 20 days, which is a luxury. We had seven days last time,” Fernandes told 5 live. Even if Carlos Tevez does not arrive at Loftus Road, one can be sure that there will be plenty of rivals at QPR in this transfer window.