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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jun 17, 2013

Tevez unsure over City future

Carlos Tevez has said his Manchester City future is unresolved but has insisted he will not be returning to Boca Juniors this summer.

Carlos Tevez shows his horror after missing from the penalty spot.
Tevez's future is the subject of conjecture

- Blog: What we have received

Tevez, 29, has a year remaining on his current contract at City and a decision over his future is likely to be made in the coming weeks following Manuel Pellegrini's appointment as the side's new manager.

Affluent Ligue 1 clubs Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco have both been linked with Tevez, while Juventus are also said to be admirers of the Argentina international.

"I really don't know anything about my future, I have to wait for news. I am on vacations and for the moment I haven't been told anything," Tevez told Radio Cooperativa.

Tevez was in attendance to watch his boyhood club Boca beat Arsenal de Sarandi 1-0 on Sunday, leading to conjecture a return to the side he left for Corinthians in 2004 could be in the offing.

But the striker said: "The supporters of Boca know that I want to go back there, but this year isn't the moment."

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