Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez might finally get a chance to play in Major League Soccer. According to reports from Argentina, Tevez is considering a move to MLS if he doesn’t land a new contract in his native country.
Tevez is in the final year of his contract, and there are strong indications that Boca will let him walk after that. The 35-year-old striker still wants to continue playing soccer and might consider an offer from another Argentina Superliga side Velez Sarsfield.
However, TNT Sports reports that if Tevez isn’t able to secure a deal with Velez, he will come to United States and play in MLS.
Although Carlos Tevez isn’t getting any younger, there is no doubt that he would still be an attractive signing for any MLS team. Tevez made nine appearances in Superliga this season and has scored twice.
Tevez spent the majority of his career in Europe, where he notably played with Manchester United, Manchester City, and Juventus. He won 13 trophies with these three clubs and scored 177 goals combined.
Tevez also represented Argentina 76 times in international games, scoring 16 goals in the process.