The “Red Devils” leadership is considering to borrow striker Carlos Tevez from the Boca Juniors club as a solution after the main striker Marcus Rashford suffered a serious injury.
In the search for a replacement Marcus Rashford, the player was seriously injured and will have to rest until the end of the season, the MU team suddenly targeted the former one, striker Carlos Tevez. According to Tuttosport, the “Red Devils” are ready to recruit the Argentinian striker with a loan contract until the end of the 2019/20 season.
If you join MU, this will be Tevez’s second time with this team. Before that, the player born in 1984 played for the Old Trafford team in the period 2007-2009.
In the two seasons here, Tevez combined with Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo to become a “spearhead” on MU attack. Argentine individual player played 99 matches, scored 34 goals in all competitions and “Red Devils” won 2 Premier League titles as well as 1 Champions League season 2007/08.
At that time, Tevez wore a MU shirt on loan from West Ham United. Witnessing the excellent performance of El Apache, MU’s management board approved 25 million pounds to buy this player off.
But at the last minute, the Argentine striker decided to flip the contract when joining the great rival of Manchester City. This decision angered “Red Devils” fans and called him a “traitor”.
However, in the context of Rashford’s long-term injury, Anthony Martial is playing badly and Mason Greenwood is not a reliable choice, MU management is willing to ignore the old story to bring this player back to Old Trafford.
Tevez is no longer the top pick at Boca Juniors
At the age of 36, Tevez no longer maintains the peak form and will be a backup plan of the Old Trafford team. However, this player’s seasoned experience will certainly help a lot, especially for young players of “Red Devils” like Greenwood or Daniel James.
On the Boca Juniors side, the Argentine team was also ready for Tevez to leave. In the 2019/20 season, the 36-year-old striker only got 3 goals after 10 appearances and is no longer the top choice of the Argentine team.