The controversial striker finally leaves the Etihad.
Manchester City have excepted a £10m offer from Juventus for 29-year-old forward Carlos Tevez, with the fee possibly rising to £12m with add-ons.
The Argentinian will travel to Italy to discuss personal terms and complete a medical, before making a move to the Serie A champions this week.
Tevez is about to enter the final year of his contract at the Etihad Stadium and therefore the club were keen to cash in on the player or face losing him for free in 12 months time.
The departure of the Argentina international is the start of the overhaul at City by new manager Manuel Pellegrini, after a couple of troubled seasons at Eastlands for the forward.
The striker has been with the Citizens for four years since signing from West Ham United for £25.5m in 2009, having spent the previous two seasons on-loan at fierce rivals Manchester United.
During Tevez’s time in the north-east the Argentine scored 74 goals in 148 appearances for City and was made club captain under Mark Hughes, but lost the position to Vincent Kompany when Roberto Mancini took over.
Controversially during the club’s first venture into the Champions League in 2011 the forward earned a reputation as a difficult character when Mancini claimed Tevez refused to come off the bench in a match against Bayern Munich.
The falling out over this led to the former United hit-man heading into exile back in Argentina and it took a lot of time for Mancini and Tevez to rebuild their relationship.