Reports in Italy have suggested that Seria A champions Juventus have made an offer for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez after the Argentinian striker revealed that his future is unclear.

It has been reported that Juventus have offered City around £10million for the forward and they are hoping to hear back from the English Premier League club in the next few days.

The report claims Juventus are waiting for Tevez and his agent to speak to City about their interest with the Italian side ready to offer the Argentine a three-year-deal at the club worth £4.7million-per-season.

The ex-West Ham United and Manchester United striker has had quite the career at Manchester City and has gone from club-legend, for leaving United in order to join City, to club-villain, after leaving the club and refusing to play for them.

Tevez's career at the Etihad stadium started well after he publicly slated Manchester United and decided to join the rivals City, but then after one night in Germany, his label diminished.

During a Champions League tie against Bayern Munich, manager at the time Roberto Mancini requested that Tevez warmed-up as he was about to come on, but instead, the striker stayed on the bench and refused to go anywhere because he believes it was a pointless substitution.

After the incident, Mancini claimed the striker would never play for the club again, eventually though, he was playing again.

Despite saying he will never return to City or England because he hated the place, Tevez did go back to Manchester and did heavily feature for the club this season, but at the end of it, he admitted that he would love a move back to Argentina and revealed that his future at the club is uncertain.

As for Juve, they have made it very clear that a striker is what they need after they have shown fierce interest in Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic and also Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain.


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