Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez has rejected a lucrative offer from China, according to Argentine daily newspaper Ole.
The highly rated striker had refused quite a few offers from top clubs in favour of returning to La Bombonera last summer, and he remains very loyal to his first ever club.
Ole has now suggested that Tevez rejected a chance to move to China, despite the fact he had been offered a ten-month contract worth staggering €22.4 million by Shanghai SIPG.
The striker clearly relishes the opportunity to play for Boca Juniors and it looks as though he will be ending his professional career at La Bombonera.
Tevez has had a bright start to his second spell with La Xeneize, having made 14 league appearances so far, scoring 5 goals.
The 32-year-old does not seem to be missing challenging for major honours in Europe despite enjoying successful stints with Man Utd, Man City and Juventus.