Is Carlos Tevez really set for a Juve return?

07 October at 17:40
According to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica,  Carlos Tevez could make a clamorous Juvents return, after having left Turin just three months ago.

The two times Serie A winner his struggling to settle at Boca Juniors as the Argentinean club has failed to pay former Manchester City star for the last three months straight.

La Repubblica reports that Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, as well as the club Sporting Director Giuseppe Marotta, might be thinking about an Apache return at the Juventus Stadium. Trouble is, the player attitude didn’t impress the Bianconeri board during the last transfer market window.

As you would remember, it was Tevez himself that forced his Juventus exit, as he wanted to rejoin La Bombonera club and play for his favorite side Boca Juniors. That’s why, despite rumors, his Juventus Stadium comeback can’t be taken for granted at all.

By the way, if Juventus want put their alleged idea into practice, they’d have to wait until next summer as the Turin club have filled already their quota of three non-EU players.

Tevez, who also starred with Manchester City, Manchester United, West Ham and Corinthians shirts, has played 96 matches, netting 50 goals during his two-year spell at Juventus.     
 
Lorenzo Bettoni (@lorebetto)

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