Carlos Tevez was recently involved in an ugly tackle with Ezequiel Ham in the Argentine Primera division.
Carlos Tevez helped Juventus win the double this season while also reaching the Champions League final.
A few months ago it was announced that Louis van Gaal was going to be given with a transfer budget of around €110 million so that he can improve his squad during the summer transfer window and one of his targets is Gregory van der Wiel of PSG - a man who has also closely been linked to a move to Turin giants Juventus.
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez says that he is not considering leaving the Italian Serie A outfit for a return to his homeland with Boca Juniors.
The Argentine outfit had been heavily linked with the striker for quite a while and the player himself has stated on several occasions that he would like to end his career in Argentina. Tevez has been in excellent form this season and he has been a major reason behind the club’s impeccable form in both domestic and European competitions. The player, who recently turned 31 years of age, still has a contract until the summer of 2016.
Carlos Tevez was signed by Juventus for a transfer fee of €10 million, this transfer was completed in January of 2013 as the Argentine forward made a move from Manchester City to Juventus and so far it has been a bargain price as Carlos Tevez helped Juventus in their title winning previous season where the Italian club sealed their 3rd successive Serie A title after scoring 19 league goals.
Six wins in their last nine Serie A fixtures has reinforced Juventus’ lead at the top of the table following the one and only defeat at Genoa which opened the door for nearby challengers Roma to close the gap.
Carlos Tevez has been instrumental in the team’s resurgence in form, with the Argentine star leading from the front with two goals in three games to become the highest goalscorer in Italy with eleven for the season.
Carlos Tevez made his return to the Argentinean national football during the friendly match of Argentina against Portugal which concluded in a 1-0 victory for the Portuguese side.
It was a game that reached headlines of newspapers and websites all over the world as Lionel Messi and C.Ronaldo were facing off at the international stage but none of them actually managed to make a big impact in the pitch and they were replaced in the 2nd half.
Carlos Tevez’ future has come under speculation over the last few weeks, as he has only 18 months left on his contract with Juventus.
There have been no talks between the club and the player in order to extend the deal. Tevez has been no stranger to commenting that he would like to finish his career in Argentina, where he is regarded as an idol. Even though the 30-year-old has been an important player for the club, it appears that Tevez is in no hurry to extend the deal. His agent, Kia Joorabchian, says that he will sit down and talk with Juventus chief executive when the time comes.
Neil Warnock made his return as the coach of Crystal Palace on August 27 as he replaced Tony Pulis and now the English manager is enjoying his 2nd spell in charge of Crystal Palace with the club making a convincing performance and defeating Leicester City which allows Palace on securing a top 10 spot in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace are safely away from the bottom relegation spots of the Premier League and have started to display some improvements in form but Neil Warnock recently said that the absence of Mile Jedinak in January could affect the team’s spirit and performances.
Former Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has revealed that he would consider playing in the Australian A-League once he decides to leave Juventus. The striker moved to Juventus last summer for £ 10 million. He was widely expected to help them progress in the Champions League after two successive league titles. However, the club were knocked out of the last season’s Champions League at the group stages. Even though they won the league title, it was seen as a disappointing season. Tevez’ future at the club has become subject to speculation after the departure of Antonio Conte.