Juventus striker Carlos Tevez seems to be on his way back to boyhood club Boca Juniors, after ten years spent forging his career in Brazil and Europe respectively. The former Corinthians, Manchester City and Manchester United forward is currently involved in Argentina’s Copa America campaign and it could not be more convenient for Boca representatives than to pay a quick visit to neighbouring Chile for the purpose of negotiating a deal.
It is believed that Tevez’ current club Juventus would not stand in the player’s way, should he decide to return to his homeland. During his stay in Europe, Tevez scored an impressive 164 goals in 373 appearances for West Ham United, Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus respectively. Now 31 years of age, a return to Argentina would be a very plausible way for him to prolong his career and give back to the club that made him and which he loves so dearly.
Juventus fans might not take this news too well, but the striker has earned the Juve crowd’s respect and his decision will surely be respected by the people he gave a lot to during the last two seasons. Nevertheless, Juve will need an adequate replacement and work on the front is due to commence in the coming days.