Carlos Tevez has given Sir Alex Ferguson another summer headache by admitting his desire to play in Spain.
United striker admits La Liga interest
Carlos Tevez has given Sir Alex Ferguson another summer headache by admitting his desire to play in Spain one day.
With the on-going saga over Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United future dominating the sports news on a daily basis, Tevez's comments are unlikely to be welcomed by Ferguson.
Real Madrid's interest in Ronaldo is well documented and now Tevez has admitted that a spell in La Liga later in his career would be of interest.
But the Argentina striker has no plans to make an immediate switch after helping the Red Devils secure a Premier League and UEFA Champions League double in his first season at Old Trafford.
Tevez told The Sun: "Maybe one day I'll play in the Spanish league but there's a long way to go.
"At the moment I am happy here. I know many South Americans prefer to play in Italy or Spain when they move to Europe.
"But I'm happy here. It's the best league in the world."