Carlos Tevez has had his Community Service Order rescinded at Macclesfield Magistrates' Court.
Carlos Tevez will bid to throw out his community service punishment after leaving Manchester City to sign for Italian side Juventus.
Footballer Carlos Tevez has been arrested on suspicion of driving whilst disqualified, police sources confirmed.
The Argentine striker has signed a three year deal with the Italian side - who've paid ten million pounds for him. Tevez thanked both the club and fans. Manchester City have wished their former player all the best for the future after his turbulent four years at Eastlands has come to an end.
Carlos Tevez is expected to have a medical today and complete a £13.5million move to Juventus later this week.
Manchester City director of football Txiki Begiristain met with his Juventus counterparts yesterday.
There has been speculation tonight that Manchester City footballer Carlos Tevez is one step closer to a move to Juventus.
It has been reported that City have agreed a transfer fee of up to £12.8m with the Italian club for the 29-year-old striker.
So far, neither club has confirmed the deal that the deal has been done.
Carlos Tevez has banned from driving, fined, and given 250 hours of community service after he admitted driving offences. Our correspondent Rob Smith was in court
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has left court after being sentenced to 250 hours of community service, a six-month driving ban and a £1,000 fine.
He pleaded guilty at Macclesfield Magistrates' Court to driving while disqualified and without insurance.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has been fined £1000 and ordered to 250 hours of community work, after driving while disqualified and having no insurance.
Tevez will also be disqualified from driving again for six months.
Magistrates in Macclesfield have ordered Carlos Tevez to speak to a probation official, so they can decide on a possible community sentence against the striker.
The court believes a "community penalty" is the starting point for Tevez because he has served a "significant proportion" of his driving ban.
Magistrates have retired to consider their sentencing options in the case of Carlos Tevez.
The footballer has admitted driving while disqualified.
Tevez was originally banned for failing to respond to police letters over speeding tickets.
He insisted he hadn't understood them.
The striker's lawyer insists a lengthy period of disqualification has "already been served" and that he should face a "community penalty."