If you haven't been paying close attention to South American club football over the past couple of years, you could be forgiven for forgetting that Carlos Tevez was still a professional footballer.
The striker is currently plying his trade at Boca Juniors, his third spell at the club having also briefly played for Shanghai Shenhua in 2017. The Argentine hasn't played in Europe since a successful stint at Juventus which ended in 2015.
Now 36-years old, he is considering what his next career move could be. Boca Juniors have offered him a new contract, but the player has yet to sign a deal.
Speaking on Argentinian outlet Radio La Red, Tevez said he could return to Europe and sign for West Ham.
If I had to go back to Europe I would go to West Ham for six months to be applauded.
Or spend six months at Corinthians. I won't rule anything out because I don't want to be a slave to my words.
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The player would also go on to say that he hadn't heard of a new contract offer from Boca Juniors, but would not be speaking about it publicly.
I hadn't heard or seen anything. It came to me and obviously bothers me, but it should be discussed privately.
Nothing happens, I understand the situation. If we have any difference with the subject of the contract we cannot make it public.
It would be nice to fix it behind closed doors. There is not much that we have to fix, as I always said.
I want to go well with Boca, not fighting with anyone but I'm also not going to let you disrespect me.
Tevez played a key part in keeping West Ham in the Premier League in the 2006/07 season, arriving at the club in questionable circumstances alongside Javier Mascherano.
We're not sure how much he has left in the tank, but he would do a job in the Championship for The Hammers next season.