Ex-Argentina forward Tevez, now 35, was a huglely popular figure during his spell at Old Trafford, and he played his part in helping the Red Devils win a Premier League and Champions League double in 2008.
However, Tevez turned his back on United to sign for bitter rivals Manchester City in the summer of 2009 – making him public enemy number one in the eyes of United fans.
But, with the club currently enduring a pretty brutal striker crisis, it seems the United hierarchy could be willing to let bygones be bygones.
Italian media outlet Tuttosport are claiming Tevez is one of the names being considered by United as a potential short-term signing, with Marcus Rashford ruled out for several months with a stress fracture in his back.
Tevez is currently in his third spell at hometown club Boca Juniors but is out-of-favour and thought to be available for a loan deal – but would coming back to United really solve any problems for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?
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