Argentinian is desperate to return to his homeland this summer.
Manchester City front man Carlos Tevez is concerned that a potential dream move back to his former club Boca Juniors at the end of the season may not now happen after all, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Argentina international has never hidden his desire to one day return to his homeland to play for the Buenos Aires giants who he represented with such distinction for four years between 2001 and 2005 and where the forward first made his name as a player.
However, the 29-year-old believes that Boca will not be able to meet City’s asking price for him when the transfer window reopens for business this summer on June 1.
Tevez’s employers are likely to want at least £20 million for the attacker, who they splashed out £47m on when they brought him to Eastlands from city rivals Manchester United in July 2009, a figure that Boca have no chance of meeting.
Instead, the player is more likely to be offloaded to a big-spending European rival this summer, before moving back home nearer the end of his career.