Speculation over a possible return to Boca Juniors has been rife since virtually the day Carlos Tevez left the club to sign for Shanghai Shenhua but with the forward back in Buenos Aires amid claims that the Chinese club owe more than $3 million, that has only intensified.
Although Boca president Daniel Angelici admitted that Tevez wouldn’t be returning in this window, the door was certainly left open for another return to La Bombonera.
However, the more pressing issue was that more than three months ago, Shanghai Shenhua were due to pay Boca Juniors more than $3 million as part of an installment and that money has so far not been paid.
“We are preparing a claim to present to the Court of Arbitration for Sport because we have written several times to the club and have had no response,” Daniel Angelici told Sportia.
Hoy estuve compartiendo una tarde con Carlitos y su familia después de varios meses. Conversamos sobre su presente en China y su futuro. pic.twitter.com/7O8rU6bBvH
— Daniel Angelici (@TanoAngelici) August 21, 2017