Juventus star Carlos Tevez is set to leave the club at the end of the season after verbally agreeing to quit the club for his boyhood team Boca Juniors, according to the Daily Express.
The Argentinian has been in superb form yet again for The Old Lady, scoring pivotal goals in their Serie A championship and also in the Champions League, but he has made the decision to leave Italy and return to his homeland in order to play for his first team.
West Ham Interest
Despite wanting a move back to Argentina, Tevez has caught the attentions of former-club West Ham United, but he has told them that if he is to move, it will only be to an Argentinian club so that he can see out his career at home.
Tevez is a fan favourite at Upton Park after he played a huge part of their survival in the Premier League back in the 2006/2007 campaign, and he remained a hero despite his moves to Manchester United and then Manchester City.
Manchester Club and Juventus
The 31-year-old was then a hit at both Manchester clubs, winning the Premier League three times and the Champions League once. After falling out with Roberto Mancini, Tevez chose to quit City and eventually joined Serie A giants Juventus. Since moving in 2013, the Argentine has won one Serie A title and has fired them to a strong lead this season.
In 59 league games, Tevez has notched 34 goals for The Old Lady, and has been instrumental in them reaching the Champions League Quarter Finals.
Tevez played for Boca Juniors back in 2001 until 2004, making 75 appearances and scoring 26 goals along the way. When asked about a potential return to the club, Daniel Angelici, the club's president, admitted that he is hoping a deal can be arranged.
Angelici told Fox Sports last month: "We talked to Carlitos on February 5, his birthday.
"We hope for his return to Boca. I wouldn't be surprised if Tevez resolved his contract with Juventus a year early to come and play for us."
Tevez wants to see out his career in Argentine and it's believed he will spend the last few seasons he has with Boca Juniors.