Tevez says he is waiting for news, with both Juventus and AC Milan keen on his signature.
Carlos Tevez has admitted his future at Manchester City is uncertain, amid reports Serie A duo AC Milan and Juventus want to sign him.
The 29-year-old also said he would return to boyhood club Boca Juniors in the future but claimed it would not be this summer.
Argentina international Tevez has just one year remaining on his current deal at Eastlands and is set for talks with new boss Manuel Pellegrini when he returns from a holiday in his homeland later this month, reports the Daily Mirror.
AC Milan are keen to sign the former Man United forward and are hoping to offload Brazilian Robinho – formerly of Man City – in order to finance a deal for the £196,000-a-week star.
Juventus are thought to be ready to counter any offer made by their Serie A rivals but Tevez says he is unsure of any developments at present.
“I really don’t know anything about my future, I have to wait for news,” he told Radio Cooperativa when he attended a Boca game in Argentina.
“I’m on vacation and for the moment I haven’t been told anything.
“The supporters of Boca know that I want to go back there, but this year isn’t the moment.”
Tevez is reported prepared to take a pay-cut to move to the Serie A but a bidding war between Juve and Milan could see City recoup some of the £25m they reportedly paid for the forward.