Striker keen to discuss his future at the Etihad Stadium.
Carlos Tevez and Manchester City are set for talks to discuss the striker’s future at the club according to The Times.
Tevez has just one year left on his contract at the club and both the player and City officials are keen to clear the air over the player’s role at the club.
Tevez has stated that he is much happier with life at the Etihad Stadium than he was two years ago, when he controversially flew home to Argentina and went on strike following a very public fall-out with previous City boss Roberto Mancini.
But the striker has not ruled out leaving City this summer with a number of top European clubs thought to be interested in his signature.
Tevez is keen to discover who will be Mancini’s successor at the club before making his decision.
It is thought that if the club confirm the widely expected appointment of former Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini, that could well persuade Tevez to remain at the club for another year.
However, Tevez is also willing to contemplate a move with Monaco having been strongly linked to the player in recent weeks.
Juventus are also thought to be waiting in the wings and are ready to swoop should Tevez decide his future no longer lies in the north of England.