Something fishy is going on between Juventus’ leading-scorer Carlos Tevez and the Serie A Champions. Why else would the price be so low?
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Juventus star Carlos Tevez is by all accounts on his way out of Turin, but the club has reportedly only asked for £10 million from Liverpool to let him go.
According to the Express, although Tevez is rumored to be heading to Boca Juniors, the Serie A Champions are listening to offers from other clubs, but have curiously put a price tag of £10 million on the two-time team-leading goal scorer and former Premier League stud.
Liverpool and Atletico Madrid are considered the top candidates for Tevez’s services, but the Argentinian star is reportedly going to wait until after Copa America to make a decision on his future with either Juventus, let alone the Premier League or La Liga.
Tevez made his professional debut with Boca Juniors back in 2001 and became an immediate star, scoring 26 goals in 75 appearances before a move to Corinthians. Tevez continued his rise and scored an additional 25 goals in a mere 38 appearances with the club. In 2006 he made his Premier League debut with West Ham United before moving to Manchester United and later Manchester City. Tevez scored over 20 goals in each of his first two seasons with Man City and finished his tenure in the Premier League with 84 goals.
The Argentinian star signed with Juventus in 2013 and quickly rose to be their top goal scorer, recording 19 goals in his first year and 20 goals in his second year.