Manchester City welcomed Carlos Tevez with open arms in the summer of 2009, but they couldn’t wait to get rid of him after his famous spat with Roberto Mancini in Munich two years later.
However, no other elite European team would really want to hook up with the talented but temperamental Argentine striker.
Until finally, Marotta came calling in 2013 with an offer of € 9 million plus bones € 6 million.
City are happy to accept, as it makes their wallet a little loose because Tevez is one of the highest paid players at the club.
However, from Juve’s side, it really stole the show because Tevez is a world class talent, as he proved in Turin.
Not only did he score freely, scored 50 goals in two seasons, he changed the attack Bianconeriwhich has long been touted weak enough to be frightening.
Juve won back-to-back titles, with Tevez perfectly matched with whoever he’s paired up in attack (usually Fernando Llorente or Alvaro Morata), while, in 2015, they also reached their first Champions League final in 12 years.