Liverpool are believed to have lodged an enquiry into the availability of Juventus forward Carlos Tevez ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window, according to the Metro.
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The former Manchester United and City striker has been in excellent form for the Italian champions this season, and could lead them to a Champions League final on Wednesday night if they can hold on to their lead over Real Madrid.
Juve are believed to be close to sealing a deal for Palermo striker Paulo Dybala, prompting speculation that they may be tempted to cash in on the Argentine, who has just turned 31.
The Reds are desperate to bring in a world class striker this summer having seen their current forward line struggle for goals. Manager Brendan Rodgers is said to have been attracted by the player’s movement and prowess in front of goal, and a work rate that puts many to shame.
Though he doesn’t fit in with Liverpool’s current transfer policy, but as they are desperate to return to the Champions League it is thought that they would be willing to break the mould to bring Tevez back to England.