Liverpool are considering an audacious loan move for Manchester City want-away striker Carlos Tevez, according to the Daily Mirror.
Tevez was expected to leave Manchester this January after his well publicised falling out with manager Roberto Mancini. City’s high valuation of the player has proved to be a stumbling block, however, and potential moves to AC Milan, Inter Milan and Paris St. Germain have all stalled.
The Mirror are now claiming that Liverpool have joined the list of clubs hoping to take the mercurial striker on loan for the rest of the season.
Tevez would help bolster an unproductive Liverpool attack that has only scored 25 league goals this season. Only five teams have scored less goals than Kenny Dalglish’s men in the Premier League this term.
The Argentinian striker was prolific for Manchester City in his first two seasons at Eastlands, scoring 44 league goals. Tevez has only played 83 minutes of Premier League football this season, however.