Juventus officials will fly to England on Tuesday for talks with Manchester City regarding their bid for Carlos Tevez, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Argentine is available for transfer given that his contract expires in 2014 and Juve are looking to strengthen their attacking options for next season.
Juve are thought to have already agreed personal terms with the 29-year-old, who will be handed a three-year deal worth €5.5m, plus bonuses, a season.
An agreement between the two clubs, however, is still missing. The Bianconeri are ready to offer €12m, but the Manchester outfit are looking for €15m.
Milan are also interested in the South American who they initially targeted in January 2012, only for the deal to fall through.
However, Diavolo official Adriano Galliani has claimed that his outfit don’t presently have the room for the striker.
“We are not interested in Tevez at this moment in time,” he stated. “We can’t do anything given that we already have seven attackers in our squad.”
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