MARK HUGHES has confirmed he is targeting striker Carlos Tevez to join his Manchester City revolution.<br /><br />Hughes beat off competition from several high-profile rivals to land England midfielder Gareth Barry in a £12m deal on Tuesday.<br /><br />Now he is looking to press on with his pursuit of Tevez, who has come to the end of his two-year loan spell at city rivals Manchester United. And an audacious swoop for Barcelona striker Samuel Eto’o is also in the pipeline, according to reports last night.<br /><br />Tevez’s advisor Kia Joorabchian yesterday held talks with United about extending the Argentina international’s stay at Old Trafford, but it is understood the newly-crowned Premier League champions are unwilling to meet the hefty £32m price tag.<br /><br />That leaves mega-rich City waiting to pounce, and boss Hughes admits Tevez is very much on his radar.<br /><br />“Carlos Tevez is a good player,” he said. “If good players become available then obviously every manager is interested.”<br /><br />Eto’o would be an even bigger coup, and is thought ready to leave Barcelona. City are said to be confident of getting the £30m-rated Cameroon international, who has one year left on his contract at Camp Nou. Another player on Hughes’ wish-list is Brazilian midfielder Ze Roberto, who is set to leave Bayern Munich.<br /><br />The 34-year-old is only being offered a one-year contract extension by the German giants but is after a two-year deal. Insisting his future will be decided “in the next few days”, Ze Roberto said: “Manchester City is quite high on the list. They want to play internationally and I should help them achieve that goal.”<br /><br />But while one Brazilian could be arriving at the club, another looks set to exit with midfielder Elano talking up his hopes of joining Italian champions Inter Milan.