Carlos Tevez has reiterated his intention to see out his career at Boca Juniors amid reported interest from Chelsea and Napoli.
“I feel really good at Boca,” he told Corriere dello Sport. “Better, my idea, my dream is to end my career in this sensational club.
“It’s true, Napoli and Chelsea are following me but, I repeat, my will is to remain at Boca until I retire.”
Conte is desperate to sign at least one more striker but prices are soaring in the transfer market, especially for an English club armed with the billions from their new broadcasting rights deal.
Gonzalo Higuain and Edinson Cavani, the Italian’s top two targets when he arrived at Stamford Bridge, have proved impossible to sign.
Higuain seems bound for Juventus in a deal worth £75million and Cavani is expected to stay at Paris Saint-Germain.