Tevez receives offer from Paris Saint-Germain

EXCLUSIVE: The French side have already contacted the Argentine's entourage with a lucrative contract and he will tell Juventus his decision in the near future

By Romeo Agresti

Paris Saint-Germain have made contact with Juventus striker Carlos Tevez and offered him a massive deal in an attempt to lure him to the French capital this summer.

The Argentine has been linked to a move to Boca Juniors recently, although Juve are eager to keep him for at least one more season.

Tevez has a contract with the Champions League runners-up until June 2016, but PSG are looking to snap him up soon.

The Ligue 1 champions have offered the striker a multi-year contract worth €8.5 million per year, with bonuses which could see his salary rise to €9m.

At 31-years-old, it could be his last big contract and it is one he will consider before telling Juve his decision in the coming days. However, the Serie A champions will not let their 20-goal striker go cheaply.

Juve CEO Giuseppe Marotta says the relationship between Tevez and the club is healthy, but admits the choice is down to the man himself.

"This is his way of life, and we will respect it," he said. "Our relationship is fantastic. The possibility that he will stay is very high, but I will not put it into percentages. He is a professional."