Anfield side to make January move for Etihad Stadium misfit.
Liverpool will attempt to lure Man City striker to Anfield in January as Kenny Dalglish looks to add more options to his faltering attack. The Merseyside club has struggled to break down sides this season and the Scot will make inquires about the possibility of loaning the Argentine ahead of a possible move in to sign the 27 year old permanently in the summer.
Thus far this season Liverpool have managed 14 goals in 11 Premier League games and have struggled to convert chances on a regular basis and Dalglish is now hopeful of bringing in Tevez to aid the club’s push for a place back in the top four.
Roberto Mancini has eased his attitude towards Tevez in the past week, stating that the former West Ham and Man United man has a future at the club but the Italian is still keen to offload the striker after a series of bust ups culminating in the infamous incident in Munich when the striker seemingly refused to come on as a sub whilst on Champions League duty.
A number of sides are said to be interested in signing the Man City man who has netted an impressive 52 goals in 83 appearances since his move to the club in July 2009. There have been reports that the Premier League leaders are hoping to land at least £30m from the sale of the striker but Liverpool’s offer will apparently be to take the Buenos Aires born marksman on loan until the summer before making a significant bid if his temporary move is a success.
Tevez’s agent Kia Joorabchian has stated that his client is settled in England and would consider offers from Premier League sides and this may well have led to Liverpool’s reported interest.
Though Liverpool invested almost £60m on strike pairing Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in January it seems that Kenny Dalglish is not happy with the way the duo is performing.
Uruguayan international Suarez has been put in consistent performances of a high standard since he joined the club from Ajax, notching up 11 goals in 25 appearances as well as another 11 assists. Indeed the 24 year old has appeared more effective when not alongside England international Carroll who has been hit and miss since his £35m move from Newcastle United.