Manchester City striker has officially completed a £12m move to Juventus, ending his seven-year stint in English football.
The 29-year-old Argentine striker has signed a three-year-deal with the Italian club. He underwent his medical on Wednesday and is expected to complete the procedure on Thursday.
"From now on, Carlos Tevez is a Juventus player. The Argentine striker, who arrived in Turin in the afternoon, has reached an agreement with Juventus to sign a contract of employment until 30 June 2016," said a statement by Juventus.
Tevez on Wednesday showed off his No.10 shirt amid chanting fans welcoming his arrival.
"I am very happy to be at Juve as this is a great satisfaction for me. Juve wanted me more than Milan," The Sun quoted Tevez as saying.
Manchester City is expected to save up to £27m, including bonuses from the final year of Tevez's contract, according to Daily Mail.
Aleksandar Kolarov, 27, is also expected to follow Carlos Tevez from Manchester City to Juventus.
"I am in contact with Antonio Conte at Juventus, so we'll see what happens. I just want to play regularly," The Sun quoted Kolarov as saying.