Real Madrid are ready to make a £25 million bid for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, according to The Daily Mail.
The Argentina attacker has had a turbulent last 12 months at the Etihad Stadium, as his refusal to come off the bench against Bayern Munich and subsequent absenteeism as he went AWOL cast doubts over the player’s future in England.
Despite the fact that the South American returned to the City fold towards the end of the 2011-12 campaign, his future at the club is still under question.
Madrid are thought to have enquired about the availability of Tevez, with City willing to sell at around the £25 million mark; a price that Los Blancos can and are willing to meet.
Should a move go through the newly-crowned Premier League champions are supposedly ready to kick-off negotiations with Arsenal over a potential transfer fee for Robin van Persie.
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