According to reports in Italy, Juventus striker Carlos Tevez will reveal his future on Wednesday.
The Argentinian international is currently away on international duty, taking part in the Copa America in Chile, but he's expected to make an announcement next week regarding his future for the new season.
The Old Lady star has been strongly linked with a move away from Italy, ending his two-year stint in the country with Juventus.
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Tevez has won four trophies during his stay with Juventus, winning two Serie A titles, one Coppa Italia and one Supercoppa Italiana.
The 31-year-old nearly won the Champions League for the second time in his career as well this season, but Juve fell short in the final, losing 3-1 to Spanish champions FC Barcelona.
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Despite still being a crucial part of Juventus' team, and still scoring hefty amounts for the club, he reportedly wants to leave the club this Summer and wants to take on one more challenge before he retires from the game.
Tevez Set to Leave
It had been heavily reported that he would be returning to his boyhood club Boca Juniors back in his home country, but recent reports have him completing one more move in Europe.
If Tevez does choose to stay in Europe, he could be choosing between Atletico Madrid in La Liga, and Liverpool in the Premier League.
Tevez does have history in England, playing for West Ham United, Manchester United and Manchester City, but he is yet to challenge himself in Spain, which could push him to joining Atletico.
According to Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, Tevez will make an announcement about his future this week, reportedly Wednesday, where he will reveal where he expects to play his football next season.
As it stands, Premier League side Liverpool are in pole position to land the Argentinian, but nothing is formal as of yet, with Juve hoping they can do business with Atletico instead.
Juve have earmarked Mario Mandzukic as a potential replacement for Tevez if he does choose to leave, meaning they could try and strike up a player-swap deal with the La Liga side.
Juventus have already signed one striker this Summer after Paulo Dybala arrived from Palermo, but it looks like they will have to sign a second with Tevez close to an exit.
Tevez played a key role in bringing Dybala to The Old Lady, making personal phone-calls to him to convince him to snub a move to England, but it's looking likely the two Argentine's won't play their football together next season.