Another Carlos Tevez story gives us another chance to enjoy the visual feast that is THAT shirt.
Sky Sports sources understand Carlos Tevez’s adviser is set to hold talks with Paris Saint Germain on Thursday about a prospective move to the French capital.
Big-spending PSG have made an approach to land the wantaway Manchester City striker as they look to bring in a high-profile signing in this month’s transfer window.
Tevez’s future at City has been the subject of constant speculation since his infamous bust-up with Roberto Mancini during their UEFA Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich.
SOURCE: Sky Sports
Carlo Ancelotti appears keen to nab Man City striker Carlos Tevez but will have to make an attractive offer to beat off interest from both AC and Inter Milan. The 27 year old Argentine is certain to leave the Etihad Stadium side and the moment any prospective suitor meets the valuation placed on the prolific marksman by the Premier League leaders then a deal will probably be struck.
Roberto Mancini is certainly not missing Tevez on the field of play as the likes of Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli and Edin Dzeko have put away a great many chances this term but that is not to say that the former West Ham and Man United man doesn’t have the quality to be a success elsewhere it’s just that the invariably headache that comes with the signing of such a volatile character comes with it an element of risk.
Tevez hit a total of 52 goals in his first two seasons at Man City, an enviable record, and Ancelotti has revealed that his Ligue 1 side had had many approaches from agents of big name strikers who appeared keen on a move to the French big spenders, who are now under the leadership of some very rich Qataris.
Ancelotti revealed that many strikers had been offered to him, stating “Do you want the names? OK, now I tell you the players that agents are offering on the market, officially or not: Tévez, Torres, Berbatov, Pavlyuchenko, Cavani, Llorente.” (Telegraph)