Etihad Stadium striker wanted by Ligue 1 big spenders.
Paris St Germain have tabled a bumper offer to Manchester City for rebel Carlos Tevez.
The Daily Star says PSG have offered Manchester City £34m for wantaway striker Tevez.
Moneybags PSG have made Tevez their top target. The super-rich Arab owners spent £75m on players ahead of the new campaign and will happily double that amount if they can secure Champions League football.
If this source is accurate and PSG are willing to offer £34m for the services of Carlos Tevez then it seems highly likely that such an offer would be gleefully accepted by the Man City board. The Argentine has of course been accused of refusing to take the field of play during a Champions League encounter with Bayern Munich and already had ‘previous’ for various other signs of complete lack of loyalty to the club and Roberto Mancini has already stated that he would not pick the 27 year old again.
PSG are riding high at the top of Ligue 1 after seeing the Qatar Investment Authority take over ownership at the Parc Des Princes. Boss Antoine Kombouaré was joined by new director of football Leonardo and a number of big name arrivals have made an impact, including the likes of Javier Pastore, Kevin Gameiro and Diego Lugano.
Tevez has stated that he doesn’t want to stay at the club and only the lack of club’s meeting Man City’s reported £50m valuation led to the former Man United and West Ham man remaining at the club. Mancini has already bought his replacement, Sergio Aguero, so any good offer will surely be considered.