Juventus star player Carlos Tevez has agreed to sign for his childhood club Boca Juniors, according to BBC reports.
Tevez who has been an important part for Juventus since his move from Manchester City already told few months ago that he wants to leave the Italian side.
Several top European clubs have been linked with him including Premier League sides Arsenal, Liverpool and Spanish side Atletico Madrid.
However, the Argentinian club's president Daniel Angelici revealed few days ago that the deal is set to be done in the coming days.
Daniel Angelici told ESPN that they will seal his move once the Copa America is finished. But the deal is already been agreed.
Tevez who started his career at Boca Juniors has a desire to end his career there. The Argentinean striker has a year left on his current Juventus contract but the player has no plans to stay.
Tevez scored 50 goals in 95 appearances for the Turin side.
Tevez played for top clubs Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus before agreeing to join his boyhood club Boca Juniors.
The 31-year-old won Premier League titles, Serie A titles, Champions League and domestic Cups in both English and Italian leagues.
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