The Argentine international and former Manchester City’s forward Carlos Tevez, who is currently playing for the Argentine football, club Boca Juniors has revealed that some of the Chinese Super League clubs are offering him a €40 million-per-year offer to play in the coming season.
— Footballnus (@footballnus) December 5, 2016
The 32-year-old Argentine forward Carlos Tevez, who has scored 13 goals in his 76 appearances for the Argentina national team and already scored 11 goals in his 32 appearances for his current club Boca Juniors is on the radar of the top Chinese Super League clubs and the Chinese giant Shanghai Shenhua, which is managing by the ex Chelsea midfielder Gus Poyet is one of them.
As in an interview with TyC Sports on Thursday, the Shanghai Shenhua’s boss Gus Poyet confirmed that his club “has wanted to sign Tevez for a long time."
"I have approved the signing and I am hopeful," the ex-Chelsea midfielder added.
The Argentine international and the Boca Juniors star forward Carlos Tevez has recently admitted in his interview that he is considering a lucrative move to China in 2017, but also hinted that he could still leave football altogether.
As Carlos Tevez told reporters, in reference to Sunday's blockbuster derby against bitter rivals River Plate,
“Right now I am only thinking about the Superclasico,"
"I've got too much going on to think about the offer from China. First come River, then Colon, then I am getting married.”
"I will think it over in the [Argentine summer] break. I might not just leave, I could also retire from football."