by GIANFRANCO PANIZO
Just one day after signing midfielder Gareth Barry from Aston Villa to a $17 million deal, Manchester City has revealed that they are interested in Manchester United forward Carlos Tevez.
Tevez has been the talk of much transfer speculation over the past few weeks as United appear unwilling to cough up the reported $45.5 million necessary to keep him at Old Trafford. With Tevez 's two-year loan deal now expired, Manchester City, who are ready for a busy summer in the transfer market, has expressed interest.
"Carlos Tevez is a good player. If good players become available then obviously every manager is interested," said Manchester City manager Mark Hughes to Sky Sports News.
The Argentine forward scored five goals in 29 Premier League games this season, of which he started 18.
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