Argentinian has been at Eastlands for four years now.
Big-spending French outfit AS Monaco want to lure unsettled Manchester City front man Carlos Tevez to the South of France at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The Argentina international only has one more year left on his current contract at Eastlands and as a result, his employers would prefer to sell the player when the transfer window reopens on 1 June than risk losing him on a free in 2014.
Tevez, 29, has been at City since making a controversial transfer from the club’s fierce rivals Manchester United in the summer of 2009 for £47 million.
And for the large part, the attacker has proved to be a big success on the field of play, netting an impressive 73 goals in just 143 appearances in all competitions in a four-year period in the north west.
As a result, newly-promoted Ligue 1 giants Monaco now want to make Tevez their first summer signing after winning Ligue 2 on the weekend.