Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has admitted that he would be interested in a move to either Paris Saint-Germain or Monaco this summer.

The Argentina international told French football programme Telefoot that he would seriously consider playing in Ligue 1 next season if one of France's multibillionaire clubs came calling.

"If we talk and find an agreement then why not? Playing in France, not a problem for me," said the Argentina international.

Tevez has been linked with transfers away from City throughout his three-year spell at the Etihad Stadium and has experienced a turbulent relationship with the club since making the controversial switch from Manchester United in 2009.

The 29-year-old, who has scored eleven goals this season, also revealed that he held discussions with PSG in 2012, just weeks after winning the Premier League title with the Citizens.

"There was an interest from PSG for me last year," he added. "We talked with Leonardo [the club's director of football] but we have not reached an agreement.

"It remains an interesting option."

Boosted by the signings of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva and David Beckham, Paris Saint-Germain were recently crowned French champions while Monaco, who have been linked with Ramadel Falcao, were promoted to Ligue 1 for next season.

Meanwhile, Tevez confirmed that he would consider signing for either side, with both clubs' rich owners facing a bidding war for the forward.

"I think the championship of France is changing very fast," he commented. "Monaco is one of the leading French clubs.

"I like the project and I know Ranieri well. It is impressive to have managed to get the club in Top flight again. But I'm also happy at City and I have a one year contract."

However, after Roberto Mancini's sacking as Blues manager on Monday, there looks set to be another major shake-up at the Etihad Stadium this summer.


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