Carlos Tevez has been a name widely speculated about in the last few weeks, and now it seems that the 29 year old will finally leave Manchester. Officials from Juventus and Manchester City have met in London today, and the clubs have agreed a fee of £10million, it is understood.
The striker will leave after a controversial time in Manchester, after having had several rows with previous Manchester City boss, Roberto Mancini, one of which resulted in suspension from the squad, after he refused to play during a Champions League tie.
Now the Argentine looks set for a move to Italy and a medical check is due on Wednesday in Turin with the Italian giants.
Manchester City is already searching for a replacement, and the top-target is thought to be Real Madrid-bound Malaga striker Isco.
Tevez has scored 74 goals in 148 matches for Manchester city since he signed on a big money move from Manchester United in 2009.