Tevez fears being `out-priced` by City for `dream move` to Argentina
London: Manchester City star Carlos Tevez has said that he feared that a dream return to Argentine club Boca Juniors may be impossible as he expected that City will demand well in excess of 20 million pounds if they decide to sell him this summer.
Although the Argentine striker has made no secret of the fact that he would like to return to Boca before he retires, however, he said that a move to another European club would be more likely as it is difficult for any Argentine club to pay his market value.
Stating that it is his dream to return to Boca and play there until he retires, Tevez said that it is possible that he will return to Boca when he is 33, adding that he expected City to demand more from other clubs if they sell him this season seeing that AC Milan had offered 20 million Euros to City when he was not performing well.
Meanwhile, Pablo Zabaleta has admitted Manchester City must win the FA Cup to salvage their season.