Upton Park side linked with shock move to re-sign Juventus star.
West Ham have been linked with a truly shocking move to re-sign Juventus forward Carlos Tevez with the Argentine said to be set to reject a new deal with the Turin based side according to the Daily Mail.
The Upton Park side are ready to make a massive move for Tevez ahead of the club’s final season at the Boleyn, the 30 year old Argentine still being something of a cult hero for Hammers fans.
West Ham have had an excellent campaign thus far and if Sam Allardyce’s side could secure some form of European football for next term then perhaps such a deal becomes that little bit more plausible.
Tevez is very much an in-form player and one wonders why Juventus wouldn’t make the experienced goal-scorer a contract offer that goes beyond his current deal, which expires in the summer of 2016.
Since moving to Italy from Man City Tevez has bagged 29 goals in 43 Serie A starts and played a key role in the club’s continued domestic dominance
Tevez may like the idea of moving back to east London, especially if such a deal was an extended spell that would see him usher in a new era for the club as they move into the Olympic Stadium.
The lethal finisher enjoyed a hugely successful season at West Ham in 2006/07, during which he helped the club retain their Premier League status.