The Manchester City striker, Carlos Tevez, currently on holiday with his family in Buenos Aries, reacted "evasively" according to sources, when questioned regarding his opinion on the Ryan Giggs-Natasha Giggs-Imogen Thomas goings-on.
Tevez had been showing a party of British journalists around the Fort Apache neighbourhood of Buenos Aries, when an enterprising reporter popped the question about the Giggs spectacle, and enquired as to whether Tevez had at any point been acquainted with either of the two ladies involved.
Apparently, Tevez averted his eyes, and attempted - through an interpreter - to change the subject by talking about a football pitch in the ghetto which he had helped to get set up for local kids.
When one reporter persisted with the line of questioning, on the grounds that Tevez, a former Manchester United player, must have been well acquainted with the haunts of footballers in the Manchester area, and the women who frequent them, one of Tevez's minders became clearly agitated, and began to shout.
The inference was quite clearly, that Carlos Tevez did not want to discuss the Giggs subject at all, and that he much preferred the focus to remain firmly fixed on his charitable works in his native Buenos Aries.
Any further questions were quickly forgotten when a group of youths appeared as if from nowhere, brandishing machetes, pistols, and sub-machine guns.
As the press pack boarded a bus to be taken back to their downtown hotel, one was heard to say:
"He knows more than he's letting on does Tevez. He's had three seasons in Manchester, at least, so he must have known the ins and outs of Mrs Brown's cow. I don't buy all that staying in with friends nonsense - he's a youngish bloke and he's rich, free and single in that den of iniquity. He didn't know what was going on? Do me a favour."
Nobody really knows, either way.
More as we get it.