Former Manchester City and Manchester United forward Carlos Tevez is contemplating retiring at the end of the year.
Tevez, who turned 32 in February, is back at his boyhood club Boca Juniors, whom he re-joined in the summer of 2015.
He is under contract until 2018 but has revealed that he may hang up his boots for good in December.
“Retiring at the end of the year is a possibility, I am going to think about it. It is a personal decision, it has nothing to do with football,” he is quoted as saying in AS. “I do not know how much more I have to give. The day-to-day side of football tires one out.”