Former Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez could be set to return to the Premier League this summer, with Liverpool keen to bring him to Anfield.
Liverpool want the Argentina international, who also played for West Ham United and Manchester City in England, to bolster their attack, which was been woefully underwhelming since Luis Suarez was sold to Barcelona last year.
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Tevez, 31, may well be available too. His current Juventus contract has 12 months left to run on it, but he could be allowed to leave at the end of this season.
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta told Gazzetta dello Sport: “We’ll meet with him after the Champions League final.
“We want him to stay, but now the ball is in his court.”
Liverpool will monitor Tevez’s meeting with club officials, before considering whether or not to make a bid next month.
Tevez scored 19 goals in 63 Premier League games for Man United and 59 in 113 for City.
He won the title with both Manchester clubs.