CARLOS TEVEZ is not happy in China and Boca Juniors are planning a return for the Argentinian.
Leading Argentinian newspaper Ole splashed on a story that the former Manchester City striker is struggling with life in the Far East.
Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua signed Tevez, 32, in December for £10million and made him the world’s best paid player.
Tevez earns around £615,000-a-week and will earn around £64million over the two year period he is due to be in China.
But the money does not seem to be making the former Manchester United forward happy.
And the report also claims that Boca are planning a bid to bring Tevez back to his homeland.
But Tevez’s agent has hit out at the reports and has rubbished the claims stating that his client is not going anywhere.
Adrián Roucco said: “Tevez will not be returning from China. I do not know where that came from.
“I spoke with Tevez and he is not going anywhere.”
And the likelihood of Tevez making another return to his boyhood club is even shorter with Boca having to fork out £41million to Shenhua if he leaves in the first two years.
The President of Argentina Mauricio Macri, who counts himself as a Boca fan, had suggested Tevez could return to the club next year.
But Boca are unlikely to make a move as they would be unlikely to be able to afford the astronomical compensation.
Tevez has made just one appearances for Shenhua in their Asian Champions League defeat to Brisbane Boar.