Carlos Tevez in talks over Boca Juniors return
Last Updated: 17/06/15 5:58pm
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez is in talks with Boca Juniors about a return to his boyhood club, according to Sky sources.
Tevez is believed to have told Juventus that he wants to move back to the side where he began his career, but a deal is far from completion as yet.
Sky Sports reported last week that a number of clubs were interested in signing Tevez, who has a year left on his current deal at the Champions League finalists, including Atletico Madrid and a club from the Premier League.
It is understood the English club in question is not Liverpool, despite press reports last week suggesting Brendan Rodgers could have been about to tie up a deal for the former Manchester City and Manchester United star.
Tevez joined Juventus from City in 2013 for £12m and has scored 39 league goals for the club en route to claiming two Italian titles and an Italian cup.
The 31-year-old was the subject of an infamous initial move to England when he joined West Ham in 2006 amid disputes over third-party ownership of his playing rights.
He moved to Manchester United a year later after this was resolved, before another controversial move to their arch rivals City in 2009, after scoring 34 goals under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Tevez scored 73 goals for City and won the Premier League with them in 2012 for his third English title.