Carlos Tevez appears one step closer to agreeing a deal to join Boca Juniors.
Argentine forward Carlos Tevez could leave Juventus a year ahead of schedule to return to his boyhood club Boca Juniors, the Daily Express explains.
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Tevez learned his trade at the Argentine giants, playing 75 times and scoring 26 goals for the Buenos Aires club between 2001 and 2004.
Since then his career has taken him on a journey to both Manchester clubs and Italian giants Juventus.
It was thought the 31-year-old would return to Boca in the summer of 2016, but the Boca president Daniel Angelici said he could arrive sooner, and Juve boss Allegri has refused to rule out allowing the forward to leave this summer instead.
“Will he see out his contract? I don’t know” said the Italian.
“I live for today, this week, for this season in which we have to try to achieve the goals we’ve set ourselves.
“At the end of the season we’ll see, but I think Tevez is a great professional, and above all Tevez is a great man, so we’ll see what happens in the end”.
Allegri was speaking in a press confernce ahead of Atalanta’s visit to the Serie A leaders this weekend.