Former Manchester United and Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has revealed that Chelsea and Napoli are among the clubs that are interested in signing him.
However, the Argentinean has made it very clear that he has no intention of returning to Europe. Tevez last played in Europe for Juventus before moving to his boyhood club Boca Juniors in 2015.
“I’m fine at Boca,” the 32-year-old was quoted in Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via Sky Sports). “Indeed my idea, my dream is to finish my career as a player in this wonderful club.
“Europe? Yes, it’s true Napoli and Chelsea seek me, but I repeat what I said before. My desire is to stay at Boca until I retire.”
West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan recently revealed that he tried to convince the striker to join the Hammers for the second time in his career, but the move broke down because of his wage demands.
Tevez joined West Ham from Corinthians in 2006 and helped the club avoid relegation that season. His performances for the Hammers led to his move to United next season. He won two Premier League titles and a Champions League title during his two years with the club.
He went on to claim one Premier League titles with Manchester City and two Serie A titles with Juventus later in his career.