As reported by David Ornstein on the BBC Sport website, the former Manchester City man has penned a £10 million, three-year deal with the Serie A champions that could rise to £12 million with add-ons.
He notched 84 goals for the three clubs during his time in the top flight and registered 43 assists.
It has been announced that he will wear Juve’s iconic No. 10 shirt—following in the footsteps of former Old Lady greats Alessandro del Piero, Roberto Baggio and Michel Platini.
But who will take Tevez’s place at the Etihad? Love him or hate him, “Carlito” will be a hard act to follow.
In the following slides, I look at five players who could be good candidates to replace City’s No. 32.
From Mario Gomez to Alvaro Negredo to a certain Manchester United forward, I think they’re all in with a chance.
Agree? Disagree? Is there a striker you think would be a shoo-in at City? Let me know below!