According to a report in the British tabloid The Sun, Carlos Tevez would like to join Liverpool at the end of the season.
The Argentina international is currently on loan at Manchester United, where his two-year spell comes to an end at the close of this season.
The Red Devils are thought to have first option to purchase 'El Apache' on a permanent basis, but it seems that they are unwilling to pay the £26-30 million it is claimed his owners are holding out for.
Should United decide they do not want to buy him this summer, the 25-year-old forward will be free to negotiate a deal with any other club.
While it is said that the likes of Spanish giants Real Madrid and Italian outfit Milan are interested in adding the former Boca Juniors and Corinthians star to their squads, the player has revealed he would like to remain in England.
Joining Liverpool would allow Tevez's family to stay in Cheshire, where they currently reside and say they are firmly settled.
Apparently, the Merseyside-based outfit have contacted the former three-time South American Player of the Year's owner, Kia Joorabchian, to notify him of their interest.
United have been staunchly against selling players to Liverpool in the past, and manager Alex Ferguson recently blocked Gabriel Heinze's proposed move to Anfield.
However, the Scot will have little say on whether Tevez can join the Reds, while the striker is apparently unconcerned about what United fans might think of the move as he has always made clear his desire to remain at Old Trafford.
Ricky Brooks, Goal.com