Serie A’s leading scorer and Juve’s talismanic striker, Carlos Tevez has repeated his pledge that when his current deal with the bianconeri expires he will return to Buenos Aires to play for Boca Juniors. At the end of the 2015/16 season, Tevez claims that he will once again pull on the blue and gold of Boca in La Bombonera and attempt to add to his one league title, one Copa Libertadores, one Intercontinental cup and one Copa Sudamericana, that he won in his first spell with his boyhood club.
Speaking with Tuttosport in Italy, Tevez said: “I’ve already said it many times. For me, this discussion is closed. When I signed for three years with Juve, I said from the start, also to the club, that this would be my last contract before returning to Boca. But nobody said anything.
“Then, I said the same things again, including the fact I would return home at the end of my contract. But the problem is that when there is no news, they try to pull something out of nowhere.”
The 30-year-old striker quickly added, “However, before leaving, I want to win it all here.”
Another Scudetto title looks likely this season, with Tevez’s 13 goals helping to fire Juve to the top of the table. The dream of winning the Champions League may still be a little way off and perhaps for this reason Juve are keen for Tevez to sign an extension to his contract. However, Apache appears adamant that the 3-year-deal he signed upon moving to Turin in 2013 will be his first and last deal.
Recently brought back into the Argentina national side, Tevez still has plenty to offer and for Boca to potentially sign Tevez when he would be only 32 would be a real coup.