Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has insisted that he is desperate to leave the club so that he can return to Argentina to play for Boca Juniors, according to the Daily Mail.
The City striker has admitted that he would leave the ex-champions tomorrow if he could, but believes he will be priced out of a move by the club.
The Argentinian has scored an impressive 17 goals this season but has revealed that his heart still lies with Argentina - and he is eager for a return back to his home country.
There were strong reports last season that Tevez would be leaving the Etihad Stadium for Boca, but the move never materialised and the striker went on to make amends at City.
Tevez was speaking to an Argentinian TV station and insisted that he would love to move back to Argentina and would move tomorrow if the club would let him.
"If it was down to me then I would return tomorrow because I will love Boca until I die," he told Argentinian TV station Canal 9. "Maybe I will return to Boca when I am 33. It’s very difficult for any Argentinian club to pay Manchester City my market value.
"If Milan have offered €20m (£17m) to Manchester City when I was in a worse moment of form then what would they pay now?"
Tevez has been a hit-and-miss figure at Manchester City ever since his move from fierce-rivals Manchester United back in 2009.
After his move he was straight away a fan favourite, but then things turned sour for the Argentinian after he refused to be used as a substitute during a Champions League game with Bayern Munich.
Tevez was then frozen out of the club, and the striker decided to take it upon himself to just leave Manchester and go back to Argentina, before making an unexpected return.
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