CARLOS TEVEZ will visit former coach Antonio Conte at Tottenham next week in a potential return to the Premier League, say reports.
The 38-year-old has been without a club since leaving Boca Juniors in July, but has NOT officially retired from football.
The Argentinian sparked rumours of a transfer to AC Milan after being pictured embracing manager Stefano Pioli and Paulo Maldini.
And now Corriere dello Sport claim that the former West Ham striker will continue his European tour with a trip to Spurs.
Tevez will “reunite” with Conte, who managed him at Juventus in 2013-14.
He will likely join up with the coaching staff at the Hotspur Way training ground in the build up to next weekend’s clash with Brighton.
The trip to AC Milan’s Milanello base isn’t the only visit he has made in recent days.
Tevez attended Inter Milan AND Juventus’ headquarters this week, and was also in the stands for the clash between the two teams on Sunday at the Allianz Stadium.
The 76-cap international has previously been linked with a switch to the MLS, but has now seemingly opened the door to a move to Europe.
DC United, Wayne Rooney’s old club, offered the ex-Manchester United star a return to football.
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They said a move was ’25 per cent’ likely to happen, and hinged on whether the club and Tevez could thrash out an agreement over a financial package.
Fellow MLS teams Minnesota United and Orlando City were also interested in a move for the free agent.
That doesn’t look to have been agreed as the hot shot wanders across Italian practice facilities.