Manchester, England – Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is facing up to six months in jail after he was arrested on suspicion of driving while disqualified.
Tevez received a six-month driving ban in January after he failed to respond to letters from police in relation to his being caught speeding on numerous occasions.
The 29-year-old Tevez was stopped by police in Macclesfield, England on Thursday and was arrested, and according to a statement from Cheshire Police, Tevez posted bail.
If convicted, Tevez faces a maximum of six months in prison for driving while disqualified.
In all competitions this season, Tevez has tallied 12 goals.