Officials from Juventus will fly to Manchester in a bid to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, according to the Daily Mail.
The Argentina forward is not new to be linked to different clubs, in the past he was linked twice for a move away from Manchester Club and this time Italian champions could be lining up.
Tevez, who turned 29 in February, has only one year left on his contract and might not feature prominently in new manager Manuel Pellegrini's plans.
City, on the other hand, would surely consider cashing in on the player rather then letting him walk away for free next year.
The striker has spent considerable amount of time in England while playing for West Ham and Manchester United. While his stay at the Etihad Stadium has been turbulent, with a public falling out with former boss Roberto Mancini almost resulting in his departure.
Tevez recently has also been linked to other Italian power-house AC Milan.
Manchester City are looking for players in the transfer market to regain the Premier League crown next season. They completed the signing of Fernandinho and Jesus Navas, with Pellegrini also eyeing up Malaga star Isco.
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