Anfield side chase Argentine hot-shot.
Liverpool have reportedly made clear their interest in Juventus forward Carlos Tevez according to the Metro.
Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers could well do with fresh goal-scoring options but one has to wonder whether the Argentine international would consider a move to join Liverpool.
The former West Ham, Man United and Man City man has proven a big hit since moving to Turin back in June 2013, grabbing 21 goals in debut campaign whilst racking up 29 this term.
His recent form has led to a long awaited return to the national team set-up and having won back to back Serie A titles, whilst also playing a key role in his side’s run to the Champions League semi-finals, and as such it’s hard to fathom why he’d move to a Liverpool side who can not even offer him Champions League football let alone a genuine push for major honours.
Liverpool’s current crop of forwards; Mario Balotelli, Rickie Lambert, Daniel Sturridge and Fabio Borini, have managed a paltry eight Premier League goals between them this term.