BOCA: TEVEZ IS NOT LEAVING

Boca Juniors coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has come out to deny reports that star Argentine player Carlos Tevez would be leaving the club anytime soon following their failure to win a record-equalling seventh Copa Libertadores.

The player is obviously depressed with the loss as he returned to his boyhood club to help them end their title drought but they lost to Ecuadorean side Independiente del Valle in the semi finals stage of the tournament. The coach on Wednesday admitted to this depression but said the player would remain with the club despite the result.

HAMMERS BOSS QUESTIONS CARLOS TEVEZ’S LOVE FOR THE CLUB

West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan questions the love Carlos Tevez has for the club after the former star player didn’t agree to the ‘fair’ amount he proposed but insisted on £250,000-a-week wage to return to the Premier League.


The 32-year Argentine forward currently plies his trade at Boca Juniors in Argentina but he remains one of the most sought after player, based on his experience and achievements. He returned back to his native country after a successful spell at Juventus where he lifted the Serie A and played in the UEFA Champions League final.

JUVENTUS SET TO SELL POGBA

Juventus are reported to be considering selling star player Paul Pogba this summer with bigger bids and more temptation. The club sold other stars eventually like Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez despite initially claiming not to be considering interests.

Real Madrid are the keenest in the market for the French player and might just force the hand of Juve this summer. Last summer Juventus said they would not sell and they remained true to their word but this time they could reconsider with the bods getting higher.

CARLOS TEVEZ TO PLAY THE COPA AMERICA NEXT MONTH

Boca Juniors current star forward, Carlos Tevez will play in the initial Copa America squad according to reports from the national team. Argentina will face defending champion Chile, Panama and Bolivia at the Copa America Centenario, starting in the United States on June 3.

After months in the international wilderness, Carlos Tevez has been named in Argentina's preliminary squad for the upcoming Copa America Centenario. Tevez had found himself out of the picture under coach Gerardo Martino, without an appearance since Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Paraguay in October.

Carlos Tevez not angry with Gerardo Martino

Carlos Tevez says that he will not be angry with Argentina manager Gerardo Martino for not picking him for Argentina’s qualifying games in March.

Tevez has been in and out of the national team for quite a while. He was initially dropped in favour of retaining Lionel Messi and this decision has been proven right over several major tournaments. Even now, Tevez still hopes to feature regularly for the national team. Returning to Argentina to continue his club football has also helped him get more supporters asking for his return to the national team.

Tevez does not regret returning to Boca Juniors despite their form

Boca Juniors is seriously struggling to secure victories at a consistent pace and almost all of the results that the Argentine club is getting are either draws or just defeats.

This underwhelming form of Boca Juniors kicked off from the beginning of 2016 when they lost against Racing Club in a match that saw Boca Juniors losing 2-4 during a summer tournament.

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