Madrid: Juventus striker Carlos Tevez is reportedly pondering a possible move to the United States-based Major League Soccer (MLS).
Carlos Tevez. Pic/AFP
The 31-year-old Argentine has contacted MLS teams and has shown interest in the competition, tribalfootball.com reported on Wednesday.
Former West Ham United, Manchester United and Manchester City striker Tevez has previously wanted to move to Argentine club Boca Juniors after his time with Juventus but then insisted he would not be moving to Boca anytime soon.
However, Tevez's interest in the US' top flight football tournament is believed to be genuine and he could quite possibly make the move this summer.
Tevez, presently leads Serie A's goal scoring chart with 20 strikes for the Italian champions and has also netted seven times in the Champions League ahead of the semi-final second leg against Real Madrid on Wednesday night.
On Tuesday, Tevez was included in Argentina's preliminary 30-man squad for the Copa America to be held in Chile from June 11 to July 4.
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