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No Boca return for Tevez

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez conceded a return to Argentina and Boca Juniors is a distant hope after rumours began to circle of his impending exit from Etihad Stadium.

Carlos Tevez is thought to be the league's highest paid player on £198,000-a-week
Carlos Tevez he will not soon return to Boca Juniors.

Tevez has scored 11 goals in the Premier League this season but City’s failure to successfully defend its league crown could force manager Roberto Mancini to make a number of changes to his squad.

However, in Tevez’s case, the Argentine believes he will be out priced for a dream move back to his homeland.

“If it was down to me then I would return tomorrow because I will love Boca until I die,” Tevez told Canal 9.

“Maybe I will return to Boca when I am 33. It’s very difficult for any Argentinian club to pay Manchester City my market value.

“If Milan have offered €20 million to Manchester City when I was in a worse moment of form then what would they pay now?”

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