Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has admitted that his future is uncertain, but he admits that a move back to Boca Juniors is not an option.
The forward is now entering the final year of his current contract, so the club will have to decide whether they cash in on the striker now or risk losing him on a free next season.
The ex-English champions have finally announced the news that ex-Malaga boss Manuel Pelligrini will be Roberto Mancini's replacement at the Etihad and he is likely to hold meetings with individual players in order to talk to them about their future, whether it be at the club or away from it.
Pelligrini has already staked his name at City by signing two players already from abroad. City have purchased Jesus Navas from Sevilla and also Fernandinho from Ukranian side Shakhtar Donetsk for a combined fee of £56million and the spending won't stop there at Manchester.
Regarding Carlos Tevez, he has a frosty relationship with City officials after his disappearing act last season where he refused to play, but he did eventually come back to the Etihad and started to feature regularly once again.
However, earlier this season, Tevez revealed that he would love to return to Argentina soon in his career and would love a move back to Boca Juniors.
Previously linked with the likes of Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco, Tevez himself admits that he doesn't know where his future lies, but unfortunately for him, he knows it won't be in Argentina.
"I really don't know anything about my future, I have to wait for news. I am on vacations and for the moment I haven't been told anything," he told Radio Cooperativa.
"The supporters of Boca know that I want to go back there, but this year isn't the moment," he said.
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