Transfer news: Carlos Tevez set to join Juventus from Manchester City

Tevez, who began his spell in England in the 2006/07 season with West Ham and became a folk hero there by scoring the goal that preserved their Premier League status in 2006, captained City to the 2011 FA Cup victory two years after leaving United when his relationship with then manager Alex Ferguson deteriorated.

updated: June 26, 2013 08:44 IST
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Manchester: Argentinian international striker Carlos Tevez looks poised to end his roller coaster stay at English Premier League side Manchester City by joining Italian champions Juventus, the Press Association reported on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old, who joined City from bitter Manchester rivals United in 2009, will undergo a medical on Wednesday, although he has yet to agree personal terms on a deal which could cost the Turin club up to £13.5million (16 million euros).

This follows talks between City director of football Txiki Begiristain and his Juventus counterparts on Tuesday and new club manager Manuel Pellegrini agreed Tevez should be allowed to end his controversial four-year stay.

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