Etihad Stadium striker might finally get to leave the club.
They say that there is no better way to go out than at the top, and Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, joint top goalscorer in the Barclays Premier League last season, has been semi-retired for the last three months.
Still, there are plenty of clubs who remember he used to be a footballer, though Man City’s asking price has proved off-putting for some.
Even the uber-rich Paris Saint-Germain have decided against buying the Argentina forward.
Liverpool have reportedly made two bids for Tevez – one a straight swap for Andy Carroll, and one a loan deal until the end of the season as they bid to revive their campaign.
Still, AC Milan have reportedly jumped back to the front of the queue to sign him, having been in the race and then dropped out again earlier this month.
Their interest was undeniable back then – Rossoneri vice president Adriano Galliani was pictured with Tevez and his advisor Kia Joorabchian at dinner in Argentina.
Once it became known that Manchester City were looking for around £25m though, AC Milan’s interest cooled, and they focused their efforts on Maxi Lopez.
Lopez signed on a loan deal until the end of the season, with a permanent deal in the offing, but according to Sky Sports, AC Milan still want Tevez before the transfer window shuts at midnight tonight.
Where will Carlos Tevez be tomorrow?
AC Milan? Liverpool? Or still at Manchester City?