Carlos Tevez unsure over his future beyond this season

Former Argentina international Carlos Tevez admits that he is unsure over his future with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua following his struggles to adapt to the country’s way of leaving.


The 33-year-old made the headlines during December last year after he agreed on a £615,000 a week package to join the Chinese Super League. The former Manchester United and Juventus man was initially hoping to end his career with Boyhood club Boca Juniors, but the £60m offer from Shenhua was just too good for both parties as it would help the South American side improve their facilities further.

Carlos Tevez Says He Needs Time to Settle at Shanghai

Carlos Tevez has attracted a lot of criticism since his move to Chinese Super League with Shanghai Shenhua.


He may have become the best paid player in the world with wages at a reported £ 650,000 per week, but his performances on the pitch have left a lot to be desired. The Argentine striker has often been injured and he has not produced the goods whenever he has played. This has led to the club struggling in the mid-table of the Chinese Super League. Tevez has managed to score just one goal in four appearances for the club.

Boca Juniors Will Attempt to Sign Tevez and Centurion, Claims President

Boca Juniors have set the ambitious target of winning the Copa Libertadores in 2018.


Club president Daniel Angelici says that he will be looking to bring back Carlos Tevez in the summer transfer window in order to make this possible. Tevez made the move to Shanghai Shenhua only a few months ago. The Chinese club reportedly paid around $ 11 million in transfer fees for the striker.

Gus Poyet Says Carlos Tevez Needs Time to Settle in China

Carlos Tevez recently became the world’s highest-paid player after sealing a £ 600,000 per week contract with Shanghai Shenhua in the Chinese Super League.


This insane amount of money even convinced the Boca Juniors striker to leave his hometown club. Tevez went through a lot of difficulties in order to complete a move to Boca Juniors a few years ago. He began his career with the Argentine club and Tevez was intent on retiring with Boca.

CARLOS TEVEZ SCORES IN CHINESE DEBUT

Argentine football legend Carlos Tevez was impressive in his Chinese Super League debut, scoring from the penalty spot before assisting two others in the 4-0 win over Jiangsu Suning on Sunday.


The former Manchester United, Man City and Juventus striker has started repaying the confidence in him from the get-go.

West Ham Striker Reveals Advice from Club Legend Carlos Tevez

Argentina striker Jonathan Calleri has had a difficult time since joining West Ham on a loan deal from Deportivo Maldonado in the summer.


The 23-year-old has managed to feature in nine league games for the Premier League outfit, but all of them have been from the bench.Calleri is yet to make a start, despite seeing West Ham struggle for consistency this season. After the departure of Dimitri Payet, it was expected thatCalleri would start getting more action. However, this has not been the case with the player making only three appearances since the turn of the year.

Carlos Tevez clears up rumors about his salary

Carlos Tevez is one of the latest high-profile players that has joined the Chinese Super League as he joined the likes of other well-known performers such as: Tim Cahill, AsamoahGyan, Obafemi Martins and Demba Ba just to name a few.


For the past few years the Chinese Super League has been experiencing an uprising as more clubs from this competition have been luring in top players and splashing major amounts of cash in order to sign these aforementioned performers.

Difficult to Stop Carlos Tevez Moving to China, Says Boca Juniors President

Boca Juniors president has admitted that striker Carlos Tevez is likely to leave the Argentine outfit in order to sign a mega money deal with the Chinese super league outfit Shanghai Shenhua.


The Chinese clubs have been spending vast sums of money of late in a bid to improve the local game. A number of stars have already moved to the Chinese league, but the level of spending has moved up a notch in the last few months. Chinese outfit Shanghai SIPG recently signed Brazilian midfielder Oscar from Chelsea for £ 60 million, while the player will be receiving £ 20 million per year as wages.

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