A striker West Ham have bid for is the new Carlos Tevez dubbed the future of Italy and perfect for the David Moyes model. West Ham desperately need a new striker this summer and can no longer rely on Michail Antonio as the club’s only senior striker. In truth West Ham have needed a new forward since before Sebastien Haller was sold to Ajax 18 months ago. The search for what will be striker number 50 of the David Sullivan and David Gold tenure is heading into its third full transfer window.
Premier League bigwigs Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are on alert as West Ham United prepare a contract extension for Jarrod Bowen. A recent report from 90 min has offered an update on the future of Jarrod Bowen.
Hammers officials are putting the finishing touches to plans for their tributes to commemorate their outgoing captain, including a host of celebratory projects at the London Stadium this Sunday - which could yet clash with Manchester City's title winning party. And Sportsmail has learned that West Ham cult hero Tevez has agreed to be part of the club's tributes to Noble.
Veteran West Ham United midfielder Mark Noble deserves a statue at the East London club for what he has done according to Carlos Tevez. Ex-West Ham striker Carlos Tevez talked about club skipper Noble in a chat with the official West Ham United website as he said that the Englishman would be difficult to replace at the club in terms of his character and leadership qualities.
Carlos Tevez spent one season at West Ham United on the back of his controversial transfer from Brazilian side Corinthians in 2006. He was instrumental to the Hammers as they survived the relegation zone on the final day of the season with the Argentine international getting the crucial goal that confirmed Premier League safety. Tevez scored the winner as West Ham United sealed Premier League safety via a 1-0 away win over newly crowned champions Manchester United.
Manchester City are reportedly keeping tabs on 17-year-old Boca Juniors talent Valentin Barco, who is turning heads in Argentina after breaking into the South American giant’s squad. According to Goal, the Premier League champions are tracking the versatile fullback, with Barco regarded as one of the top prospects at Boca Juniors after being discovered by the same scout who found both Juan Roman Riquelme and former City striker Carlos Tevez.
Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez were formidable together during their time at Manchester United. In an attacking trident that featured the great Cristiano Ronaldo, Rooney and Tevez wreaked havoc on defences in the Premier League and across Europe. Tevez joined United from West Ham in the summer of 2007 and enjoyed a stellar first season at the club.
According to reports, United States Major League Soccer side D. C. United are keen to sign former Manchester United and Argentina international striker Carlos Tevez and have opened talks about the possibility of acquiring his services. Tevez, who has also played for Italian Serie A giants Juventus, is attracting a lot of interest from a host of clubs both within Europe and beyond since leaving Boca Juniors last summer and it looks like he would be returning to football action soon.
Former Manchester United star and their current highest goalscorer of all-time Wayne Rooney has revealed that he was very much devastated when heearned that his former strike partner and friend Carlos Tevez would be leaving Old Trafford. The former Argentina international superstar broke the partnership between him and Rooney after he decided that he was not going to be signing a permanent contract following his loan transfer from fellow Premier League club West Ham United in 2009.
Carlos Tevez has lost his fight against the Argentine government. The legal team of the Boca Junior legend had gotten an injunction against the government, which would have ruled Tevez out of paying “wealth tax” but a court in Argentina has disregarded this ruling.
The wealth tax which was introduced in 2020 by the Senate, was implemented to cover the huge cost of medical supplies since the coronavirus pandemic started. The tax which is seen as a form of “solidarity contribution” would see wealthy Argentines pay between 2 to 3.5 percent on assets exceeding 200 million pesos ($2.1 million).
An Argentinian Court has struck out an injunction from the legal team representing football star Carlos Tevez. The former Boca Juniors, Manchester City and Manchester United attacker had filed an injunction through his lawyers to challenge the wealth tax from government. The wealth tax has been initiated by the government in Argentina to cater to tax on large fortunes.
The Federal Administrative Court Number 5 in Argentina turned down the bid from Carlos Tevez to avoid paying the ‘wealth tax’ levy.
A law passed by the Senate in Argentina approved the levy in December 2020 and it is for wealth citizens whose assets exceed $2.1m. The levy is dependent on the value of the person's assets and where the assets are situated. The levy ranges from 2 to 3.5%.