Carlos Tevez looks set to leave Manchester City this summer, with both Juventus and AC Milan interested.
New Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is ready to offload Tevez and won’t command a huge fee for the player.
Juve were favourites to sign Tevez, however AC have stole a march on their rivals and have reportedly offered £10million for the Argentine international.
Both Italian giants are short in the striking department with just the one really world-class forward a piece (Fernando Llorente and Mario Balotelli)
It’s safe to say Tevez and controversy have gone hand in hand since his arrival in England. An illegal signing with West Ham, moving from Manchester United to their city rivals, handing in two transfer requests as well as refusing to come on as a substitute hardly read well on a players CV!
A side from the said controversial moments, Tevez has proven countless times to be a fantastic footballer and on the field you can never question his attitude.
Man City forward changes
Another forward expected to be leaving City this summer is Edin Dzeko who is a reported target of Napoli.
With Edison Cavani’s exit likely, Napoli will need another forward and Dzeko could be available for as little as £12million.
Manchester City scored nearly a third less goals in their 2012/13 campaign in comparison to their title winning season and a change of forward line is highly likely. Having already sold Balotelli in the previous window, both Tevez and Dzeko could follow suit.
Sergio Aguero recently signed a new contract with the club and he is the only certainty to remain at the club.