Liverpool are open to taking Carlos Tevez on-loan from Manchester City. The Mirror says Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish would take Tevez on loan - if Manchester City let their rebel star leave before the window shuts.

Dalglish's club have made a cheeky approach for the ­Argentinian who could play for them in their push for the top four and both Cup competitions.

Tevez is currently in dispute with City and still pining for a move to AC Milan, but the Italian giants - and all other interested parties - are unwilling to commit to a full-time deal. So Liverpool have joined the queue of interested parties who would take Tevez on loan, paying his £200,000-a-week wages in the process at the cost of around £5million in rent.