The Argentine striker is apparently available at Boca Juniors, as the Argentine side are struggling to afford him.
Reports suggest that he could head back to Brazilian side Corinthians as a replacement for Alexandre Pato - because the Buenos Aires side are racking up some large debts on Tevez's wages.
But if Tevez really is up for sale surely Premier League teams should be interested.
The Argentine shone for Juventus last season and his class is well known from his time at West Ham United, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Arsenal need some striking reinforcements and Tevez's work-rate up front would be a vital key toward Arsenal's title hopes.
Chelsea are also short up top. Radamel Falcao has struggled, as has Loic Remy, whilst Diego Costa is not in the best of form. Tevez would be a great signing for Chelsea.
Tottenham have an Argentine boss, which might help their case in any pursuit, and could definitely use some back-up for Harry Kane and co.
Tevez is very happy at Boca Juniors and the likelihood is he will remain in Buenos Aires. But if there is truly a chance of Boca selling him then either of Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs would be a perfect fit.