Stamford Bridge boss considering move for Eastlands striker who is apparently not a happy camper.
Carlo Ancelotti is watching developments at Eastlands very carefully indeed. News that Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is not too enamoured with life under Roberto Mancini has led to a great deal of speculation that the former West Ham man may be looking to leave the club in the summer.
The 26 year old Argentine international has reportedly had a few run ins with his Italian boss and some reports have suggested that Tevez may leave the club in the summer, especially if City fail to secure a top four finish. Stamford Bridge boss Ancelotti is known to be a big fan of the prolific goalscorer and is monitoring the situation and is ready to pounce should the possibility of signing the former Man United arise.
Tevez has had a great first season at the City of Manchester Stadium netting 29 goals in 37 starts and has gone a long way to proving Sir Alex Ferguson was incorrect to not try harder to keep him at Old Trafford. The likes of Liverpool and Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been linked with a move for diminutive finisher.