Carlos Tevez could make a shock return to West Ham at the age of 37!
That’s according to Argentinian media outlet Ole who claims that the striker now has three options after leaving Boca Juniors.
Number one is retirement.
Number two is a return to Brazilian side Corinthians and number three is going back to East London to join the Hammers!
Tevez joined West Ham from Corinthians on a crazy transfer deadline day way back in the summer of 2006.
The 76-capped Argentina international moved to Upton Park alongside his compatriot Javier Mascherano.
The deal was instigated by notorious agent Kia Joorabchian.
West Ham eventually paid the price and a hefty one at that – £5.5 million, having breached Premier League transfer rules to sign the Argentine stars (The Guardian).
Carlos Tevez set for stunning West Ham return?
Ole claims that a return to the Hammers could be on the cards for the 37-year-old this summer after he left Boca.
David Moyes may or may not want to bring the former Manchester City, Manchester United and Juventus striker to the London Stadium.
He is available on a free, however, and the West Ham fans absolutely adore him.
Tevez racked up seven goals and five assists in 29 games for the Hammers before leaving Upton Park for Manchester United (Transfermarkt).
His fine form during the final six or seven games of the 2006/07 season was the main contributing factor behind West Ham avoiding relegation.
A short-term deal to bring Carlos back to East London wouldn’t be the worst idea in the world. That’s if Moyes is on board with it of course!
From a personal perspective, it would be great to see Tevez back at West Ham for one last ride.