- Date of Birth: 5 February 1984
- Birthplace: Ciudadela, Buenos Aires
- Position: Forward
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According to Daily Mail, Manchester United are considering Boca Juniors star Carlos Tevez as a short term replacement for Marcus Rashford.
Transfer deadline day; it’s become almost like a religious holiday for footballing fans up and down the country as live cameras outside stadiums track and report on potential rumours and moves with just hours and minutes to go until the window closes.
West Ham United have secured their seventh signing of the summer transfer window with Felipe Anderson arriving from Lazio on a club-record deal.
Former Spain international Jose Antonio Reyes has revealed that he is close to sealing a fresh challenge in the Chinese Super League.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is maintaining his interest in Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente. The Spain international is doubtful for the start of the Premier League after he broke his arm during a family holiday last month.
The Chinese Super League is facing a very real crisis after thirteen teams were told that they risk forfeiting their position in next season's competition due to failing to pay player salaries. As some expected, it appears the apparent carefree spending of some Chinese clubs has caught up with them and now risks their futures.
You often hear professional footballers speak about how they want to play in the English Premier League, or Italy’s Serie A, or even in the Spanish La Liga, but you don’t hear many say…. I can’t wait to play in the Chinese Super League, do you?
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will reportedly block any deal which would see Diego Costa move to China in the transfer window. The Blues have already lost Oscar and Mikel John Obi to the Chinese Super League this month.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke could be the latest high-profile player heading to the Chinese Super League. The Belgian international joined the Eagles from Liverpool for a club-record fee in the summer.
Watford striker Odion Ighalo has been linked with a potential move to China in the current transfer window. The Nigeria international was previously on the radar of the Chinese Super League a year ago.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke is reportedly the subject of a £40m bid from Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan.
Reported Chelsea and Juventus target Axel Witsel has secured a move to newly promoted Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian.
Former Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski is reportedly a transfer target for Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan. The German is currently plying his trade for Galatasaray.
1 Carlos Tevez - (Shanghai Greenland Shenhua) - The Argentinian striker and former Manchester United and Manchester City player has agreed a two-year deal with the Chinese Super League side which could see him potentially earn over £60 million. The estimated weekly wage for Tevez is a reported £615,000.
West Ham United's quest for a new striker continues with the Premier League club set to swoop for AC Milan's Carlos Bacca, according to reports.
Carlos Tevez has rejected an offer of £150,000 per week to return to West Ham United, according to reports.
With Chelsea reportedly interested in signing Gonzalo Higuain, it's interesting to see where he would rank among the best Argentines to play in the Premier League. There are a lot of talented players not to have made the list such as Angel Di Maria who didn't live up to his world class standard he previously set at Real Madrid. The same rule applies to Juan Sebastian Veron who was a great player before he arrived in England but sadly it just didn't work out for him at Manchester United or Chelsea. Maxi Rodriguez also had some brilliant performances at Liverpool.
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has been offered an opportunity to return to the Premier League this summer.
Liverpool are inching closer to the signature of one of their prime summer targets, according to a report.
Atletico Madrid are reportedly eager to sign up Juventus striker Carlos Tevez during the summer transfer window.