Manchester City striker admits uncertainty over future.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has hinted that he could leave the Etihad Stadium this summer, though he does not believe it will be for a return to his old club Boca Juniors, according to Sky Sports.
Tevez started his career with the Argentinian club, and has since forged a successful career in England with West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City.
However, he was close to leaving the club last season after a major falling out with then-manager Roberto Mancini. AC Milan tried to sign him at the time and are likely to move for him again this summer, with Juventus and Monaco also showing an interest.
With plenty of offers from around Europe, Tevez admits a return to Argentina is unlikely, though he admits he would like to end his career with his old club Boca.
“The supporters of Boca know that I want to go back there, but this year isn’t the moment,” he said.
The 29-year-old added that he has not currently made any decision on his future, as he is still on holiday and has not heard anything from his current club or any other.
“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.”
There may not be a place for Tevez at City next season, with new manager Manuel Pellegrini planning to bring in new additions upfront, such as rumoured transfer targets Edinson Cavani and Stephan El Shaarawy.