Carlos Tevez faces D-Day

Carlos Tevez will face Manchester City executives on Friday, as the Premier League club have concluded their investigations over his supposed refusal to come off the bench against Bayern Munich.

The Argentina international was suspended for two weeks by the Etihad Stadium outfit, after Roberto Mancini claimed the attacker refused to enter the field of play against the Bundesliga giants in late September.

Tevez is now back training individually at City, with the club conducting internal investigations to get to the bottom of the controversy.

Mirror Football states that the wantaway forward will find out his fate on Friday, but that none of the City playing staff have come to Mancini’s aid, or can back up the claims that Tevez refused to come off the bench.

Meanwhile, Corinthians director of football Edu has revealed that the Brasileiro club are keen to bring the South American back to his former employers in January.

“It’s part of my work to search for players who want to come back to this country. I cannot deny that Tevez is one of those,” he told The Daily Mail.

“It is difficult to talk about a price to say if he is worth it or not. Mancini said that he does not want him back. We will hope to resolve his situation,” he concluded.

By Gareth McKnight