Manchester United is thought to be considering a move to bring Carlos Tevez back to Old Trafford on loan.
Manchester United is in desperate need of some experienced firepower upfront. If not permanently, at least until Marcus Rashford is fit again.
Rumors are surfacing the Red Devils are considering bringing back onetime forward Carlos Tevez.
Tevez was at United for two years between 2007 and 2009.
Tevez was at United on a two-year loan deal but left under some acrimonious circumstances.
The club refused to meet the demands of Kia Joorabchian, the Argentine’s agent and third party owner of his playing rights.
Apparently the huge financial demands led to a bust-up with Sir Alex and Tevez getting his marching orders.
He famously made the move to cross-town rivals Manchester City
Now, though all may be forgiven and Tevez could be welcomed back to the red side of Manchester as a hero.
He is 35 years old and currently playing for Boca Juniors, it is understood the move would be a relatively cheap one.