On December 29 of 2016, Carlos Tevez reached the headlines of around the world as he became one of the best paid footballers in the world as his contract reported to earn the Argentine attacker $41 million each year.
The former Manchester United player denied reports stating that he earned so much and Tevez said that its far less than believed as well that his main motivation to joining the Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua was not because of the money but instead that he wanted a new challenge.
Nonetheless, his transfer to China was completed but unfortunately for Tevez, he has seriously struggled and now rumors are being spread around suggesting that the 33 year old attacker could end his relationship with the Asian club sooner than what his contract has stated.
The contract of Carlos Tevez forces him to stay with Shanghai Shenhua at least until December of 2018 but there are various ways that a premature exit from the Chinese club could be done.Continue reading
Fans of the Chinese Super League are getting tired of a misfiring Carlos Tevez, reports in China say.
The Argentine moved to China this year but he has not quite impressed his teeming fans. The former Boca Juniors man moved to the Far East for €38 million but has failed to reach expectations.
Reports in the CSL say the fans are losing their patience after the club spent so much in bringing him into the country and making him one of the highest paid players on the planet. The 33-year old was blasted by the public when his pictures at Disneyland Shanghai circulated on social media the same day he missed an important match due to injury.
After a 2-2 draw against Chongqing, Shenhua are in the lower rung of the table, further infuriating fans that were already expecting more from the presence of Tevez. Injury and inconsistent form has limited the contributions of Tevez, a top star that has traveled around the world playing in South America, England for West Ham, Man City, Man United and Italian side Juventus.Continue reading
It has been over 5 months since Carlos Tevez officially joined and made his move to the Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua but despite becoming one of the highest paid footballers in the sport, the Argentine attacker does not appear to be truly happy.
Carlos Tevez has recently talked about his time spent in China and from the looks of it; he is not going through such a positive time in Asia as many people believed.
When Tevez joined Shanghai Shenhua on December of 2016, he also penned a deal which ensured that the Argentine player would earn a reportedly annual salary of $41 and this turned him into one of the world´s best paid footballers.Continue reading
Boca Juniors reluctantly agreed to sell Carlos Tevez a few months ago.
The striker moved to Shanghai Shenhua in a deal that has reportedly made him the world’s highest-paid footballer. With the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale making around £ 300,000 per week, it is reported that Tevez is being paid around £ 650,000 per week by the Chinese club. Rich owners have made the Chinese Super League as one of the sought after destinations for the top players looking to make the quick buck. Tevez has been through several clubs in his career and it was not a surprise that he engineered the move to Shanghai Shenhua.
Fresh reports, though, claimed that the striker is not being paid such an extravagant fee and that he is only on close to around £ 250,000 per week. Amidst this new report, Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has publicly stated that he would like to bring Tevez back to the club. Continue reading
Argentina soccer star Carlos Tevez is reportedly already tired of his stay in the Far East despite the whopping salary he is earning.
The former Manchester City striker earns over half a million pounds in a week playing for Shanghai Shenhua.
The player could be on his way back to South America is he gets more weary, reports claim. He left his country to earn lots of cash and help Shenhua but he could be on his way back after only three months. The ex-Juventus player resigned from his role with boyhood club Boca Juniors at the end of last year to play in the Chinese Super League, earning £1 per second.
Tevez is one of the numerous stars that could not say no to the Chinese big money. Brazilian star Oscar recently shocked the world when he left Chelsea, in his prime, to move to China for mouth watering wages. Nigerian star Odion Ighalo also made the switch – even though he was not enjoying the best of form in the Premier League at Watford unlike last term.Continue reading
The future of Lionel Messi he has been one of the highly speculated stories in the last few months.
The Barcelona superstar’s contract runs out in the summer of 2018, and the Catalan club have been unable to agree terms on a new deal. It has raised speculation that the striker, who has been with Barcelona since the age of 13, may finally set to leave for a new challenge. Messi has spoken often about returning to Argentina in order to finish his playing days. Even though the end of his career may still be several years away with the striker still only 29, but all indications are pointing out to a potential departure from Barcelona in the near future.
In this scenario, Carlos Tevez has added fuel to the fire by claiming that he is confident that Messi will be making a return to Argentina – especially to play for Newell’s Old Boys. Messi started his career with the Argentine club before making the switch to the Barcelona youth team at the turn of the century. Continue reading
Carlos Tevez says that he is uncertain of a Boca Juniors stay amidst interest from China.
The Argentine striker is reportedly wanted by several Chinese clubs, who are ready to pay him an astonishing salary of £ 40 million per year or around £ 600,000 per week. It is a figure that would dwarf the salary earned by Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. The Chinese clubs have been making a lot of investments in the game over the last few months. Several Brazilians have already joined the Chinese outfits for multi-million pound moves.
Chelsea midfielder Oscar is the latest to become the record signing for China, as he is 90% close to a move to Shanghai SIPG for a whopping £ 60 million. It is also understood that the midfielder would be earning £ 400,000 per week. Shanghai Shenhua, who have in the past signed players like Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, are very keen on bringing in Tevez. Continue reading
Argentina national team coach Edgardo Bauza has addressed the lingering issue regarding the snub of Inter Milan in-form forward Mauro Icardi.
The manager has been heavily criticized for leaving out the hugely talented striker, particularly in a season when he has been off the charts.
“If I want to call him, I will,” Bauza said. After a draw against Peru and a shocking home loss to Paraguay in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, Bauza has come under fire. Fans protest at his refusal to leave out the Serie A striker despite having an impressive record of 58 goals in 114 games for Inter Milan.
“If I want to call Icardi, then I will. At this moment, I prefer Gonzalo Higuain and Lucas Pratto,” bauza told ItaSportPress.
Icardi has featured for the Argentine senior side only once despite his outstanding record and form at club level. After losing two back to back Copa America finals, and the 2014 World Cup finals, Bauza is under intense pressure to succeed with the golden generation of Argentina football stars. Bauza said he is working towards helping Tevez return to national team football despite the numerous options available. Continue reading
After Carlos Tevez pulled a Lionel Messi by suddenly declaring a possible retirement, his rep Kia Joorabchian has come out to say that the former Argentina international would not retire.
The Argentine forward claimed he may hang his boots at the end of the year after he was handed a three match ban.
Joorabchian, who convinced Tevez to move to England, said the comments of the talented striker should be taken with a pinch of salt. Tevez started his career with Boca Juniors before the 2000s. He moved to Corinthians in Brazil before Joorabchian convinced him to join West Ham United in England in 2006. He was with the Hammers for a year before he switched to play for the Red Devils under Sir Alex Ferguson. Tevez played for Man City in 2009 before moving to Juventus in 2013.
After years in Europe, Tevez decided to return to his boyhood club, Boca Juniors. After an initial first year, Tevez seems frustrated with the pressures placed on him. He blamed the media heavily for his thre match suspension for dissent. Continue reading
Boca Juniors coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has stated that Carlos Tevez is not going anywhere and that the club is looking to build a team around the striker.
He said that Boca Juniors have some ambitions and that they need world class players to succeed. He said that they want to build a team around Carlos Tevez and that they have no intention of letting him go.
Guillermo Barros Schelotto said that Tevez is happy in Argentina, and it is the media that is creating all kind of rumors. He said that Tevez is ready for the new season and that he is determined to help Boca Juniors win trophies.
Tevez has stated that he wants to play for Boca Juniors and that he has no intention of moving away from Argentina. He said that he is reaching the end of his playing career and that he wants to spend it in his home country.
There was news that Tevez might be going to Chelsea during the transfer window, but his agents have denied the rumors. They said that Carlos Tevez wants to remain in Argentina and that there has been no contact between their client and the London club.