Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is prepared to take Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez on loan until the end of the season, The
Reports last week surfaced that Liverpool had offered a swap deal with the Premier League leaders involving Andy Carroll, but Dalglish refuted the rumours and insists Carroll is part of his plans. Liverpool are still interested in Tevez and are looking to take the 27 year old on loan with a view to making the deal permanent at the end of the season. City have seen interest from AC Milan, Inter Milan and PSG already this month, but none of them have been able to negotiate a deal with either the club or Tevez.
Dalglish’s side would have to pay £200,000 a week for the striker, who is desperate to leave the Etihad Stadium after a fall-out with the club and manager Roberto Mancini. Milan had been close to signing Tevez, but trouble between the Italians and City have allowed Liverpool to sneak in and make an enquiry.
Tevez’s fate will be decided before Tuesday and Dalglish is unsure whether he will be able to sign the Argentinian. If the Reds cannot get a deal sorted, they may look in the summer to bring Tevez on a cut-price permanent deal. Mancini has refused to play Tevez since he refused to warm-up in the September Champions League loss to Bayern Munich and Tevez has spent the majority of the season in Argentina with his family.
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